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Richmond Co. Sheriff's Office Traffic Safety Initiative

Due to heavy traffic and frequent accidents at busy intersections, Richmond Co. Sheriffs Office will be implementing a Traffic Safety Initiative (Pixabay) Due to heavy traffic and frequent accidents at busy intersections, Richmond Co. Sheriffs Office will be implementing a Traffic Safety Initiative (Pixabay)
RICHMOND COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is beginning a Traffic Safety Initiative due to recent complaints of speeding motorists and high volume of accidents at busy intersections. The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Division will concentrate their efforts in the following areas: 

  • Tobacco Road at Windsor Spring Road
  • Bobby Jones Expressway at Wrightsboro Road
  • Interstate 20 at Washington Road

RCSO states if the public or citizens are having concerns about other streets, please feel free to contact the Public Information Officer at pio@augustaga.gov or the Traffic Division at (706) 821-1261.

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