Anchorage police enforcing traffic laws in the past year issued nearly 150 citations to drivers exceeding 100 mph.
KTVA-TV reports officers issued 148 citation for drivers who cracked the 100 mph limit.
The high mark was a motorcyclist drive 150 mph.
Traffic Enforcement Unit supervisor Sgt. Justin Doll says driving more than 100 mph is hazardous to everyone on the road, including officers.
He says police want to get the person stopped quickly because of the danger they represent.