CHP Stops Drivers Traveling At Raceway Speeds; 'Our Freeway Systems Are Not The Autobahn'The California Highway Patrol continues to stop and ticket drivers traveling at raceway speeds exceeding 100 mph on local San Francisco Bay Area freeways.
Roadways Across California, Nation Became Speedways As Pandemic RagedIn California and across the country, some drivers took advantage of roads and highways emptied by the coronavirus pandemic by pushing well past the speed limit.
California Highway Patrol's Busy July 4th Weekend; Fatal Accidents, Motorists Speeding At Over 100 MPHEven with many San Francisco Bay Area residents having chosen to stay close to home over the July 4th holiday, the California Highway Patrol said its officers had a busy three-day weekend with deadly crashes and dozens of motorists speeding in excess of 100 mph.
Driver Dies In Solo Crash In Morgan HillA driver died in a solo-vehicle crash on Monterey Road in Morgan Hill late Monday night.
CHP Launches Memorial Day Weekend Crackdown On Drivers Speeding Over 100 MPHThe California Highway Patrol has launched a maximum enforcement period for Memorial Day weekend, targeting an outbreak of drivers speeding at more than 100 mph on San Francisco Bay Area freeways during the COVID-19 shelter in place.
VIDEO: CHP North Bay Pursuit Tops 130 MPH; Driver Arrested In RichmondA driver who fled an early morning traffic stop in Rohnert Park led California Highway Patrol officers on a high-speed pursuit through three counties, including racing across the San Rafael/Richmond Bridge at speeds of up to 120 mph, before he was apprehended in Richmond.
CHP Social Media Offers Multiple Updates On Bay Area Speeders Getting CaughtThe California Highway Patrol is actively reminding drivers once again that officers are being vigilant to stop speeding drivers on uncrowded Bay Area highways.
Coronavirus Update: Speeders Taking Advantage Of Nearly Empty Highways; CHP Writing More TicketsAs people in the Bay Area continue to shelter in place, the California Highway Patrol says the empty freeways are turning into raceways.
'Not Your Racetrack'; CHP Says Open Freeways Not An Excuse To SpeedThe COVID-19 coronavirus public health emergency may be keeping most motorists off the Bay Area freeways, but the California Highway Patrol says those wide-open lanes are not a license to speed.
Speeders Seen On Streets Emptied By Coronavirus Shelter OrderIf it seems to you that people are driving faster during the coronavirus shelter-in-place order, you're not alone.
Recent Pedestrian Deaths Spur New Push For Traffic Cameras In TenderloinA San Francisco supervisor wants to discourage dangerous driving and catch speeding drivers with cameras at key intersections in the city's Tenderloin District.
Driver On I-580 Gets 2 Speeding Tickets In 11 MinutesA driver on Interstate Highway 580 in the East Bay managed to rack up about $1,000 in traffic fines Monday afternoon with two speeding tickets in 11 minutes.
Gilroy Mayor Supports Giving Residents Radar Guns To Catch SpeedersLooking to curb speeders, the mayor of the city of Gilroy is considering the idea of equipping citizens with radar guns.
Hayward Aims To Stop Speeding Traffic From Hurting The DowntownTo put pedestrian and cyclist safety first, Hayward plans to tinker with stoplights to slow down commuters going through downtown.
Assembly Considers Speed Cameras In San Francisco, San JoseThe Assembly Transportation Committee is set to vote on a five-year pilot program that would permit the limited use of cameras to catch speeders in the Bay Area.