Apr 14, 2016

San Pablo police say they will have stepped up enforcement this Sunday at intersections in the city known for collisions involving vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.

The department has mapped out collisions from the past three years and will have extra officers patrolling in the most active areas on Sunday. The intersections that will be monitored weren’t identified in a police statement.

“Special attention will be directed toward vehicles speeding, making illegal turns, failing to stop for signs and signals, failing to yield to pedestrians in cross walks or any other dangerous violation,” police said in a statement.

Pedestrians and cyclists have also been warned that police will be observing their actions, too. They will enforce jaywalking, cyclists breaking road rules and cyclists under age 18 who aren’t wearing helmets, police said.


  1. Meanwhile, there are no leads on the 8+ i-80 shootings that happened in the past 6 months

    Captain Obvious | Apr 14th, 2016
  2. Wow….3 years of researching the data and 1 entire day of enforcement!! Hillbilly San Pablo Cops keepin it real!! Better warn Commander Krastoff when doing DUI Enforcement!

    John Spartan | Apr 19th, 2016

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