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Letter: The city needs some traffic enforcement

Recently I had to renew my driver’s license. After passing the tests and exiting the DMV facility on Glenoaks Boulevard, I observed the following as I returned to my home in Montrose:

Several drivers returned to their cars from the DMV office and sped away at high speeds; I was cut off by one driver; three drivers turned right on a red light without making a full stop or even pausing, four cars did not stop for pedestrians in crosswalks, two drivers did not turn on their turn indicators until they were about to complete their turns, three drivers talking on cellphones, cars parked on hilly streets without wheels turned into the curb, a bicycle rider riding on the sidewalk while pedestrians were present, a driver turning right from the inside lane, and drivers passing me while I was driving at posted speeds.

Where is enforcement?

Francis Adams