Maryland State Police are involved in several ongoing and upcoming speed enforcement initiatives.
I-95 Drive to Save Lives
- Multi-state cooperative increased enforcement by state law enforcement agencies that patrol I-95.
- Every state police agency on the East Coast along I-95 is participating.
- First enforcement wave scheduled April 8-9.
- Additional enforcement waves throughout the year.
Operation Safe DRIVE (Distracted Reckless Impaired Visibility Enforcement)
- Increased enforcement waves in March, June, August and October.
- Effort to reduce crashes on the 110 miles of I-95 by focusing on high crash areas.
- Inspections of commercial vehicles along this corridor, especially hours of service compliance by drivers.
Multiple speed/aggressive driving campaigns already conducted in February and March by JFK Highway Barrack and Harford County Traffic Task Force on I-95 north of Baltimore.
Operation CREDIT (Crash Reduction Element Deploying Inspired Troopers)
This is an initiative of the College Park Barrack focused on US 50. This special operation is run almost daily in an effort to reduce crashes in heavily congested areas on US 50.
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Focused enforcement/awareness by Maryland State Police.
Operation ADAPT (Aggressive Drivers Are Public Threats)
A week-long initiative in May with extra troopers on overtime focusing on aggressive driving and speed. Additional patrols will be on I-95 and US 50.
Memorial Day Weekend Enforcement
Additional troopers on patrol through the holiday weekend, especially on heavily traveled interstates including I-95.