Based on an analysis of motor vehicle accidents, along with identifying primary contributors to the accidents, and complaints from the public, the New Canaan Police Department has identified a list of top traffic enforcement priorities for specific locations in town.

Following is a list of roads and the primary traffic violations observed during a recent study:

BANK STREET

- Following too close

- Failure to obey traffic control signal

CARTER STREET

- Following too close

- Unreasonable speed

CHERRY STREET

- Following too close

- Failure to obey traffic control signal

NEW NORWALK ROAD

- Following too close

OENOKE RIDGE ROAD

- Following too close

- Unreasonable speed

OLD NORWALK ROAD

- Following too close

- Failure to obey traffic control signal

OLD STAMFORD ROAD

- Following too close

- Failure to obey traffic control signal

PARK STREET

- Following too close

- Failure to obey stop sign

PONUS RIDGE ROAD

- Failure to drive to the right

- Failure to obey stop sign

SMITH RIDGE ROAD

- Failure to obey stop sign

- Following too close

- Driving while intoxicated

SOUTH AVENUE

- Following too close

- Unreasonable speed

- Failure to obey traffic control signal

WEED STREET

- Unreasonable speed

Officers will be assigned to both marked and unmarked vehicles to monitor the sites, and they will also focus on distracted driving enforcement.

"The New Canaan Police Department is committed to enforcing Connecticut's traffic laws in an effort to reduce the frequency and severity of motor vehicle accidents, so as to enhance the safety of all pedestrians and motorists," Police Chief Leon Krolikowski said in a news release.