Police from The Hume Police District are launching Operation Chrome this weekend, in order to reduce road trauma and save lives on rural roads in the area.
Operation Chrome will run from Friday May 17 to Saturday May 18.
The operation will use police from The Hume Police District, working alongside officers from the Traffic & Highway Patrol Command.
Drivers and riders should expect to see more police on rural roads and highways in the Goulburn area over the coming days targeting risky driver behaviours.
Chief Inspector John Sheehan from the Goulburn Police said drivers need to follow the road rules in order to keep themselves and others safe on our roads.
"In Goulburn alone, over the past four months we have attended 27 injury collisions," Chief Inspector Sheehan said.
He said said reducing rural road trauma is a priority for police right across NSW.
"Our primary aim is to stop fatal crashes before they happen. To do that, we make no apologies for enforcing the road rules that are the biggest contributors to fatal crashes," he said.
Assistant Commissioner Barrie said road safety is everyone's responsibility.
"If every driver or rider takes personal responsibility for their actions, it will save lives. It's that simple," Assistant Commissioner Barrie said.