By CBS13 Staff

TRACY (CBS13) – Dozens of drivers were cited during the Tracy Police Department’s pedestrian safety operation last week.

Police monitored six crosswalks for dangerous drivers – choosing the crosswalks via the GoGov app and also on those that had reported incidents in the past.

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Using decoy pedestrians, police pulled over drivers that didn’t stop or that drove dangerously through these various crosswalks.

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“Drivers we stopped were the ones who did not yield, or passed through the crosswalk so close that it was dangerous to the walker/pedestrian,” said the Tracy Police Department.

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According to the department, 86 citations were issued – although police say a large majority of drivers were given written warnings only.