With students back in class, Saskatoon police are targeting drivers in school zones.
On Wednesday, the first day of a two-day enforcement initiative, officers ticketed 106 drivers for speeding through school zones.
Another 23 people were charged with distracted driving and 26 tickets seat belt infraction tickets were issued.
Police said a total of 283 tickets were issued as part of the safety initiative.
The speed limit in Saskatoon school zones is 30 km/h, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Police will be out again Thursday targeting speeders in school zones, along with distracted drivers and those making illegal U-turns.
Photo radar is also set up in some school zones.
Fines start at $210 for speeding in school zones, while making an illegal U-turn is $90.
Distracted drivers will be fined $280 along with losing four demerit points. A second distracted driving ticket within a one-year period could result in the vehicle being seized for seven days.