Starting August 1st, motorists who speed through a work zone and get caught will be fined 300 dollars. The goal is increased worker safety and surveys have shown the signs that say “fines double in work zones” were not as effective and if you show motorists that it will cost them 300-dollars if they’re caught speeding in a work zone, that was more effective. The new law applies to work zones just about anywhere, including on county roads, city streets and state highways.
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