Look for several traffic enforcement blitz efforts between now and fall, according to Lt. Virgil Conley of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Among those, will be an effort to get motorists to be more mindful of "yielding" to right-of-way traffic. Conley says several recent crashes have seen that failure as a cause for the accidents.
Lt. Virgil Conley of the Ohio Highway Patrol puts into practical terms, how quickly a vehicle can hit something when the driver isn't paying attention. A vehicle traveling 60 miles per hour, travels approximately 150 feet per second.