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Operation Vision Zero Goes into Effect February 27; Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Daytona Beach Police Department, Port Orange Police Department, and FDOT to Partner Together.

Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 11:15AM

Written by Kristen Schmutz – Belden Communications 

 

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Daytona Beach Police Department, Port Orange Police Department, and FDOT have had Operation Vision Zero talks in the works for months, and we now have an official launch date of February 27. 

 

 

The operation is set to be the first Multi-Jurisdictional, High-Visibility Enforcement, Public Awareness Campaign catered towards drivers, Bicyclists, and pedestrians to exercise greater caution and obey traffic safety laws.  

 

 

The start date of the operation is set for February 27 and continues through March. 

 

 

During this time participating law enforcement agencies will apply special attention to ‘Vision Zero Zones’ – Corridors and intersections – within their jurisdictions with a high representation of traffic crashes resulting in serious and fatal injuries to pedestrians and bicyclists. 

 

 

As reported earlier this month by Kristen Schmutz - News Editor of Belden Communications, the following roadways are where Operation Vision Zero will be receiving special attention:]

 

 - Nova Road

- Mason Avenue

- Clyde Morris Boulevard

- Ridgewood Avenue

- International Speedway Boulevard

- A1A


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