Back-to-School Traffic to Be Focus; Law Enforcement to Keep Close Lookout for Lawbreakers as More Classes Start
Bauerlein, David, The Florida Times Union
Byline: David Bauerlein, The Times-Union
The start of Duval County's school year Monday will mean more cars on the road, longer commute times, and stiffer fines for those who speed in school zones or fail to stop for school buses.
Clay County public schools also will ring in the new year Monday, followed by Putnam County and Flagler County on Wednesday. Baker, Nassau and St. Johns counties started school last week.
As always, the first day of class will result in heavier traffic, so commuters should leave earlier so they won't be late for work. Police will be patrolling around schools to make sure drivers slow down where schools zones have a posted speed of …
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Publication information: Article title: Back-to-School Traffic to Be Focus; Law Enforcement to Keep Close Lookout for Lawbreakers as More Classes Start. Contributors: Bauerlein, David - Author. Newspaper title: The Florida Times Union. Publication date: August 8, 2004. Page number: Not available. © 2007 The Florida Times-Union. COPYRIGHT 2004 Gale Group.
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