The campaign ran from Aug. 27 to Sept. 7.
According to police, the top offences were speeding, sign infractions and driving with a handheld device.
Overall, the number of tickets is up 1,110 with 2,482 handed out during the Project Safe Start in 2017.
This initiative has been running for more than a decade.
Police say it should remind motorists to be aware of their surroundings and people around them, including pedestrians, cyclists and crossing guards.
Residents can file driving complaints or request enforcement of a particular area any time at www.haltonpolice.ca.
"I'm late for court" was just one of the excuses for speeding we heard during Project Safe Start. 😒
— Halton Police (@HaltonPolice) September 17, 2018
Source: Global News