Police officers rode select Winnipeg Transit buses on Thursday but not to combat growing concerns about violence on some routes.
Rather, the officers from the traffic division used their tall perch to scout for distracted drivers.
Pollock said Thursday's initiative was a pilot project and he wouldn't say how many more times it might be conducted.
More than 7,800 tickets were issued in Winnipeg for distracted driving in 2017. So far in 2018, that number is around 1,000, which Pollock says is encouraging.
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