York County police to focus on speeding, aggressive driving during initiative
York County police will join state and regional agencies for a targeted aggressive driving enforcement initiative.
The enforcement wave will run through April 25, specifically focusing on speeding, distracted driving and work zone awareness, according to a news release.
Any aggressive driver stopped by police will receive a ticket, the release states.
The purpose of the initiative is to reduce the number of driving-related crashes, injuries and deaths, according to the release.
Last year, participating agencies wrote 43,349 citations — including 22,353 for speeding, 1,003 for occupant protection violations, 3,077 for red light violations and 126 impaired driving arrests, according to the release.
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