The organization, known as Faces4, will team with Plainfield police and the Illinois Department of Transportation, to sponsor a multi-jurisdictional speeding crackdown on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Police will target the Route 59 corridor, which has the highest incidence of crashes in the village, according to Plainfield police.
The following agencies are participating in the crackdown:
- BNSF Railroad Police Department
- CN Railroad Police Department
- UP Railroad Police Department
- Illinois Commerce Commission Police Department
- Illinois State Police
- Joliet Police Department
- Naperville Police Department
- Plainfield Police Department
- Shorewood Police Department
- Will County Sheriff’s Department
During the campaign, all traffic laws shall be enforced, with an emphasis placed on speeding vehicles, commercial motor vehicle violations, and violations involving the laws associated with highway railroad grade crossings. In addition to enforcement, educational posters and signs will be displayed, and traffic safety literature will be distributed to motorists.