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Wolf approves traffic safety funding for Glen Rock intersection

Christopher Dornblaser
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Glen Rock is among 21 municipalities that will receive money for safety projects through the Automated Red Light Enforcement program, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Friday.

The state ARLE program is funded by fines from red light violations at 30 intersections in Philadelphia. The program is intended to bring traffic signals to current standards and operate them efficiently, according to a release from the governor’s office.

In York County, Glen Rock will receive $75,344 to upgrade the existing traffic signal at Baltimore and Manchester streets. Three new signal poles and an emergency pre-emption system are included, the release states.

That money is part of $6 million used to fund 27 projects spread across the 21 municipalities.

Gov. Tom Wolf in a 2015 file photo.