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Thunder Bay Police - Snowmobile Enforcement

Date Published: 2018-03-05

On Saturday March 3rd, 2018 members of the Thunder Bay Police Traffic Unit were on the Snowmoibile Trails along Highway 61 and Highway 130.

During this enforcement project one rider was cautioned about carrying all there required documents. Also a 12 year old was stopped resulting in his father being called.

The father was spoken to regarding the size of the machine his child was riding being too large for the child (an 800cc machine) and the child being unlicenced.

Numerous other snowmobilers were stopped as well as some hikers using the packed trails.

Reminder regarding Traffic Lights

Date Published: 2017-12-05

Just a reminder regarding what to do when approaching a Traffic Light that isn't working or flashing.

If the light isn't operating, Every Driver approaching an intersection shall yield the right of way to any vehicle that has entered it from an intersecting highway - Section 135(2) Highway Traffic Act.

Slippery Road Conditions

Date Published: 2017-12-05

With the change in the weather from Rain to Snow the roads are slippery and snow packed.

Use caution when driving and leave yourself enough time to stop.

The couple of minutes extra it is going to take to get somewhere today is much quicker then if you are in a collision.

Please drive safe.

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