CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL MAJOR CORRIDOR ENHANCED

CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL MAJOR CORRIDOR ENHANCED
PRIMARY COLLISON FACTOR ENFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN RESULTS
REDDING, Calif. – The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) Northern Division having jurisdiction
over the major transportation corridor United States 395 (US-395) throughout northern California,
conducted a Major Corridor Enhanced Primary Collision Factor (PCF) Enforcement Campaign.
The enhanced enforcement detail took place from 6:00 AM through 6:00 PM on Wednesday,
November 17, 2021.
During that time, CHP – Northern Division focused enforcement on the US-395 corridor in
Modoc, Lassen, and Sierra counties, which includes the Alturas, Susanville, and Quincy Area
Offices, and Northern Division Commercial Enforcement Unit. A total of 42 citations were
issued, of which 40 were for unsafe speed. The area offices also reported issuing 24 verbal or
written warnings and one arrest.
Although this enhanced enforcement detail has concluded on US-395, the CHP will conduct
additional enhanced enforcement details along the US-395 corridor at various times and
locations throughout the year. The public should continue to practice safe driving habits anytime
they get behind the wheel. The CHP reminds motorists to follow these basic traffic safety rules:
always wear a seat belt, drive at a speed