CHP increases enforcement in Shandon

January 9, 2020

By CCT STAFF

The California Highway Patrol has stepped up traffic enforcement in Shandon in response to multiple complaints.

Residents have reported drivers who appear to be ignoring a four-way stop sign at Center and 1st streets, near Shandon schools. The CHP responded by increasing patrols.

In just a couple of days, officers issued a handful of citations for stop sign and cell phone violations.

“Be aware and be safe,” the CHP said on Facebook. “Please, come to a complete stop and do not drive distracted. Our goal is that everyone makes it safely to their destination.”


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integritymd

If you don’t want the ticket then obey the law… Pretty simple on this one… ANd don’t worry, the state will raise taxes regardless, idiots on phones running stop signs get what they get….


SLO_Children_at_play

“Be aware and be safe,” the CHP said on Facebook. “Please, come to a complete stop and do not drive distracted. Our goal is that everyone makes it safely to their destination.”


What the CHP is thinking: “Thank you for continuing to fund our bloated retirement fund. If the masses actually take our advice and obey all traffic laws, we’re going to have to raise gas taxes again.


MrYan

I’ll bet dollars for doughnuts; that you would never personally share your thoughts with a CHP officer at your next traffic stop.


Snoid

Maybe someday they will step up enforcement on 41/46 eh.


pi-on

46 needs barriers so no one can pass in the two lane areas. I can’t think of a solution for the 41 other than straightening out the whole thing-but that is never going to happen.