51, 52, even 57.
To some, these may look like mere numbers, but to deputies and corporals involved in Operation Stop Aggressive Driving, these numbers equal traffic violations.
Members of the Bonita Springs and San Carlos Community Police, who are part of Operation SAD, are trying to teach the community to slow down and practice safer driving.
The operation began early this morning at Bonita Beach Road and U.S. 41 where anywhere from two to four cars have been passing under the traffic lights after they've already turned red.
The next stop on the list was at Bonita Beach Road and Hickory Boulevard.
In that area, officers say there have been many complaints about vehicles speeding over the bridge as pedestrians try to cross the street.
Within the last month or so, officers say there have been about three pedistrian related accidents as a result of speeding, one of which, was even fatal.
"People don't have enough time to stop when they're going over the bridge because they're going too fast and pedistrians are trying to cross the street," Sgt. Eric Nalewaik said.
Within one hour, 18 vehicles were pulled over, all of whose speeds were tracked at or above 50 mph in a 40 mph zone.
The average speed of those in violation was 10 to 15 miles above the speed limit. The top speed was recorded at 57 mph.
"Our ultimate goal is to slow down traffic. Hopefully by people seeing us out here it will slow their speeds and aleviate any pedestrian related incidences," Nalewiak said.
While some get upset as they're pulled over and given a citation, others understand what Operation SAD is trying to teach the community.
"We explain why we're stopping them and try to educate them a little bit. Nobody likes to get a ticket, but we're only stopping you if you're speeding," said Deputy Fabio Nahmens.
Operation SAD will be continuing throughout the day in undisclosed locations throughout Bonita Springs. The program is headed by the Lee County Traffic Department.
Sgt. Nalewaik says this is something that they will try to continue to do on a regular basis