The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 15, 1984 - Page 17
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LANSING (UPI) - The Michigan
Drunk Driving Task Force yesterday
endorsed the use of temporary sobriety
checklanes on a trial basis.
The task force, created in 1982 when
the Legislature stiffened Michigan's
drunk driving laws, also endorsed the
concept of quick, administrative licen-
se suspensions for tipsy motorists.
State Police Director Gerald Hough
said his agency already has the legal
authority to set up checklanes, but in-
dicated he will consult with the gover-
nor's office before taking any action.
Gov. James Blanchard has not yet
taken a position on the issue.
Under a proposal endorsed by the law
enforcement subcommittee of the task
force, motorists who go through
checklanes would be looked at by police
officers for outward signs of drunken-
ness. Those who appeared sober would
be allowed to get back on the road.
The recommendation adopted by the
task force calls on the state police, the
Office of Highway Safety Planning and
the University of Michigan Transpor-
tation Research Institute to "develop
and implement an experimental design
... and evaluate the use of temporary
sobriety checklanes." A report back to
the task force would be due by March 1,
Hough, a member of the task force,
said he hopes to have checklanes in
operation by late summer or early fall.
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