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Let's call it "Heavy Enforcement Area" in Fairfax
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Let's call it "Heavy Enforcement Area" in Fairfax - July 8, 2008, 02:10 PM

since i don't think "speed trap" is the right way to describe it.

Northbound Route 123 (Ox Road) just after the bridge over Occuquan, crossing into Fairfax County from Prince William County. Every time i pass by that section, either on my way to work or on my way home, there's at least one cruiser out (usually 2 or 3) and more often than not, multiple cars pulled over. The speed limit for that area is 35 and it's VERY easy not pay attention and find yourself doing 55-60 going up that hill, since it's a nice, wide, 6-lane road, so keep that spot in mind...


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“Operation RAID” Begins in Sully Police District
During the month of July, officers from the Sully District Station will be conducting “Operation RAID” (Reduce Aggressive and Impaired Driving). The Route 28 and Route 29 corridors will be the primary targets, along with surrounding secondary roads. The focus of the enforcement effort will be to identify and apprehend drivers who are impaired or driving aggressively. Additional traffic violations such as speeding, improper passing and failure to obey highway signs and signals will also be a top priority.
According to the National Highway Safety Transportation Authority (NHSTA), “The 100 days of summer represent one of the most dangerous and deadly times of the year on the Nation’s highways”. One of the main reasons for this is the significant increase in alcohol-related traffic crashes and fatalities. Increased alcohol consumption throughout the summer, particularly around major holidays, has made the 100 days of summer a very grim season for law enforcement, emergency medical staff, highway safety officials, and most importantly the friends and families of those involved.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and the Fairfax County Police Department take the issue of aggressive and impaired driving very seriously. We want everyone who shares the roads in Fairfax County to feel safe and secure in the knowledge that officers are out in force, identifying and apprehending unsafe drivers.
The public can do their part by following a few simple safety tips:
Use a designated driver
If drinking alcohol, don’t even think about driving
If you have been drinking alcohol, ask a sober friend for a ride home
Use mass transit
Call a cab
Ask someone to come pick you up
Always remember to wear your seat belt


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since i don't think "speed trap" is the right way to describe it.

Northbound Route 123 (Ox Road) just after the bridge over Occuquan, crossing into Fairfax County from Prince William County. Every time i pass by that section, either on my way to work or on my way home, there's at least one cruiser out (usually 2 or 3) and more often than not, multiple cars pulled over. The speed limit for that area is 35 and it's VERY easy not pay attention and find yourself doing 55-60 going up that hill, since it's a nice, wide, 6-lane road, so keep that spot in mind...
+1 and they're normally unmarked cars.

not to jack the thread...but all of Rt 123 and Fx Cty Pkwy last night was jacked up with cops.




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http://www.speedtrap.org/speedtraps/...irfax%20County


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