The newspaper reported that an officer crossed the street in the crosswalk towards Kimball Farm in plain clothes several times to see if drivers would stop. When one didn't yield, another officer down the road would flag them down and issue tickets that could range from $20-$200.
"When people understand what we're doing, they get it, and they like it," said Officer Geoffrey Pavao.
The "undercover" operation got us to thinking, and we want to hear from you.
As a pedestrian, is there anywhere in town that you don't feel safe walking? What is the most dangerous area in town to be a pedestrian? Are you appreciative of what the Westford Police Department was doing in its recent enforcement, or do you think it was too much of a set up? Where in town do you believe drivers are most often speeding? Let us know in the comments section below.