Aggressive driving enforcement wave starts Monday
Eleven York County police departments will be participating in an aggressive driving enforcement initiative that started Monday and will last more than a month, according to a release from the Center for Traffic Safety.
The initiative go until April 30. The goal of the initiative is to reduce the number of aggressive driving-related crashes, injuries and deaths on Pennsylvania roadways. Any aggressive driver will be ticketed, the release states
The enforcement will focus on speeding, work-zone safety violations and keep right-passing left violations, according to the release.
The 11 York County departments are a part of 206 municipal agencies participating in the initiative statewide.
In York County, Carroll Township Police, Fairview Township Police, Hanover Borough Police, Hellam Township Police, Lower Windsor Township Police, Northern York County Regional Police, Spring Garden Township Police, Springettsbury Township Police, West Manchester Township Police, York Area Regional Police and York City Police will be participating.
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