MADISON, Wis. - Madison police are planning summer-long special enforcement on the West Beltline Highway starting Monday.
Madison police point to two multi-vehicle crashes that occurred during morning rush hours in the past week and say the area is congested and highly traveled.
Fines for speeding tickets start at $88.80 and can go as high as $429.00. They double in construction zones.
Police said drivers to be safe, follow traffic laws and avoid distractions behind the wheel.
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