Traffic Reports

Traffic Reports

Monday, January 26, 2015

The unmanned traffic unit will be located on South Broad St. Officers will be monitoring traffic on North Broad Street from Laurens Street to Lyttleton Street.

Safety tip: “School zones create special hazards for children and motorists. Reduce your speed when entering a school zone and watch for children crossing the roadways” .

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

The unmanned traffic unit will be located on Westt DeKalb St. Officers will be monitoring traffic on East DeKalb Streeet from Lyttleton Street to Highway 34.

Safety tip: “If you are involved in an accident and have a child safety seat in your vehicle, the child safety seat should be replaced even if the child was not in the vehicle at the time. The safety sseat may have been damaged and may not work properly if you are involved in another accident”.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The unmanned traffic unit will be located on East DeKalb St. Officers will be monitoring traffic on West DeKalb Street from DeKalb Street to the Wateree River Bridge.

Safety tip: “Motorists are reminded that the speed limit on DeKalb Street from the Wateree River Bridge to Chestnut Ferry Road is 40 mph. this area is often congested; therefore motorists are encouraged to obey the speed limit  ”.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

The unmanned traffic unit will be located on West DeKalb St. Officers will be monitoring traffic on West DeKalb Street from Broad Street to Springdale Drive.

Safety tip: “When a pedestrian is crossing the roadway in the crosswalk on Broad Street in front of the Kershaw County Courthouse, the driver of a vehicle shall yield the right of way, slowing down or stopping if need be to yield to the pedestrian crossing the roadway “.

Friday, January 30, 2015

The unmanned traffic unit will be located on North Broad St. Officers will be monitoring traffic on South Broad Street from Rutledge Street to Interstate 20.

Safety tip: “Watch for bicyclist sharing the roadways. Pass only when safe to do so and allow sufficient space between your vehicle and the cyclist” .