This is a good news, bad news, kind of story. The bad news for Prince Edward County’s budget is that revenues coming from speeding tickets and other provincial infractions is down considerably. But the good news is that drivers might just be taking speed limits, and drinking and driving, more seriously. Members of Prince Edward County Council’s Committee of the Whole asked the chair of the Police Board, Robert Quaiff, why fine revenue was down 40 thousand dollars from last year, to 346 thousand dollars. Quaiff said constant media warnings, and traffic campaigns by police, must be improving driver’s behaviour.