Wisconsin State Patrol to use aircraft for two weeks to catch speeders
MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin State Patrol plans to use aerial enforcement to enforce traffic laws like speed limits.
Over the next two weeks, State Patrol will use aircraft and officers on the ground to catch drivers speeding or breaking other laws.
Enforcement will begin Thursday along I-43 in Walworth County. Crews will then move to I-39/90/94 in Columbia County on Friday.
Next Thursday, enforcement will begin along I-94 in Jefferson County. Enforcement will then move to U.S. 41 in Marinette and Oconto counties on Sunday and I-43 in Ozaukee County on Monday.
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