Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Taylor Police Department Traffic Division’s primary duty is to help ensure the safety and welfare of motorists traveling in and through Taylor. Two major freeways—I-94 and I-75—travel through the city in addition to a major thoroughfare in Telegraph Road. More than 160,000 vehicles are estimated to move through Taylor on a daily basis. The Traffic Division investigates serious crashes and conducts crash follow-up investigations. This division also manages all special traffic enforcement, abandoned vehicles and various other programs and special projects.
The Taylor Police Department Traffic Division is comprised of three full-time sworn officers, who are certified in accident reconstruction, weigh master, commercial motor vehicle enforcement, child safety seat enforcement and other specialties. These officers’ responsibilities include:
Highway Enforcement Investigative Safety Team (HEIST)
Taylor P.D. maintain a three-member unit referred to as the HEIST Division, which is responsible for handling traffic enforcement on both passenger and commercial motor vehicles on the city’s interstates.
Motor Carrier Program:
The Traffic Division has been working on motor carrier enforcement for many years. The program is designed to ensure the safety of the motoring public by:
Taylor roadways under seasonal weight restrictions: