Police see increase in speedy drivers on quieter streets during pandemic; Police see spike in speedsters during pandemic
EDMONTON - Lyle Massie takes his bright-orange motorcycle out for a ride around the city once or twice a week.
The Edmontonian says he's noticed way more speeding on the roads since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March.
"One hundred per cent," he said in an interview. "In the early days of COVID-19, there was less traffic and a lot more speed."
Massie, who attended a police event Thursday to gauge his motorcycle's noise level, said he's seen drivers racing up and down boulevards ...