The Minnesota State Patrol has teamed up with two area Law Enforcement Agencies to conduct extra speed enforcement on two different highways in Southeast Minnesota.

Those who head into work on Highway 14 or Highway 63 should drive the speed limit, wear their seat belts as the Minnesota State Patrol has partnered with the City of Rochester Police Department and the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office to get extra speed enforcement on those two major commuting high ways, according to the City of Rochester Police Department's Facebook Page.

 

So if you are heading to work, make sure to drive safe and take your time. You don't want to get a ticket, or worse, cause any danger on the roadways. Highway 14 and 63 seem like freeways each morning as people go into work, so be ready for extra enforcement throughout the month of January on those highways in Olmsted County.