Drivers on U.S. 41 face extra enforcement on Friday The Capital Times 5/14/2009 12:11 pm Drivers on U.S. 41 on Friday should buckle up and watch the speed limit. In the first of its kind law enforcement effort, police agencies along the Midwestern corridor of U.S. 41 will be mobilized to crack down on unbelted motorists, impaired drivers, speeders and other violators, from the northern tip of the highway in upper Michigan through Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana. The one-night effort on Friday will be from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The effort, called Reducing Auto Crashes through Corridor Enforcement (RACCE), is on a highway that has been identified as an enforcement priority due to the volume of crashes and subsequent injury and death on the 800 miles of highway through the four states. "Motorists must understand that wearing their seat belts, adhering to posted speed limits and driving sober can mean the difference between life and death when traveling our roadways," said Michael Witter, Midwest regional administrator for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.