Wayland Police plan to increase traffic enforcement soon as students return to school.
According to police, officers will conduct extra traffic patrols between Sept. 3 and Sept. 6.
“These days will be 'Slow Down Wayland Days' and all residents and commuters are asked to carefully monitor their speeds as they drive on local roads. The number one complaint that the police department receives from citizens is the presence of speeding cars, trucks, and buses, especially on residential streets,” police said in a statement.
Officers are planning patrols throughout town as well as using speed signboards to notify drivers of their speed. They are also asking drivers use caution as children will be out riding their bicycles in the community. Police also suggest parents use the school bus to transport their kids to school to avoid causing car congestion at the schools.