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Expedited Traffic Enforcement Pilot Program
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The Expedited Traffic Enforcement Pilot Program is a limited term (April-June 2018) emphasis project that increases traffic enforcement during a new staffing implementation waiting period.  

This pilot program will focus on driving behaviors that affect traffic flow and local mobility. Examples of these behaviors include:

  • blocking the intersection
  • pedestrian crosswalk violations
  • cross light violations
  • red light violations
  • turn-lane violations
  • distracted driving

Enforcement will target major traffic corridors south of Interstate 90: 

  • Front Street
  • Northwest Gilman Boulevard
  • State Route 900

Infractions will be enforced through a combination of overtime for the Issaquah Police Department, and by contracting additional support from Washington State Patrol.  

To learn more about this program, view the City Council Agenda Bill from March 19, 2018

As part of this pilot program, the public is being asked to provide feedback by taking a survey regarding traffic enforcement, traffic flow and driver behavior at the beginning and at the end of the program. The feedback collected will be used to help determine the overall effectiveness. 

Emphasis enforcement is scheduled to begin April 1, 2018 and end June 30, 2018. The initial public perception survey will be available during the first week of April. Follow-up feedback will be accepted at the end of June.