Saskatchewan driver’s crossed the line when it comes to driving through an intersection protocol in January.
Police scribed more than 500 tickets for intersection-related offences.
It was all part of the SGI traffic safety spotlight to kick off the 2016 campaign.
319 tickets were issued for failing to stop at a stop sign or rolling through.
109 tickets for not obeying stop lights, and 73 tickets for failing to yield right of way.
SGI says there were over 11-thousand collisions at intersections in 2014, resulting in 28 deaths and over 32-hundred injuries.
Police also issued over 13-hundred tickets for speeding or aggressive driving and 131 citations for impaired driving during the month of January.