Beloit Police Watching Traffic Hotspots

Beloit Police are keeping an eye on hotspots for traffic crashes. According to a Facebook post from the Beloit Police Department, they have posted a map that shows a concentration of areas that see a high volume of traffic crashes. According to the map, Liberty Avenue east of Madison Road has the highest volume of accidents in the city. The department also addresses confusion over speed limits in certain areas, saying that the speed limit on the bridges in downtown is in fact 25 MPH. Police say they have made numerous traffic stops where drivers said they thought it was 35. Police also say there goal is not to generate revenue, but to reduce crashes. The full post, and map of hotspots, is available on the City of Beloit Police Department on Facebook.

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