It seems drivers in Saskatoon have not fully adjusted to lower speed limits in school zones.
Saskatoon police issued 285 tickets Wednesday as part of a safety initiative targeting school zones with the 30km/h speed limit back in effect as of S
Of those tickets, 106 were drivers caught speeding. Officers also charged 23 people with distracted driving and 26 for failing to wear seat belts.
Despite the high number of tickets written Wednesday, police said the number of school zone speeders at the beginning of a school year has been trending down since 2013.
The initiative continues on Thursday. The fine for speeding in a school zone starts at $140, and goes up every kilometre over the 30 km/h limit.