PHIA News Digest – Vol. 4, No. 26

June 25, 2019

Pa. mayors urge legislature to approve protected bike lanes

If passed, House Bill 792 would allow vehicles to be parked within 12 inches of a buffer area separating them from the bikes. This would mean that bike lanes could run in between parked cars and the curb instead of next to moving traffic.

Pa. Senate panel advances bill to beef up ban on snow-topped cars

On Tuesday, the Senate Transportation Committee unanimously approved the bill sponsored by Sens. Lisa Boscola, D-Northampton, and Dan Laughlin, R-Erie, that gives drivers 24 hours to clean off their vehicles.

Pennsylvania Senate panel advances local speed radar use

Pennsylvania is the only state in the country that prohibits municipal police from enforcing speed limits with radar. Since 1961, only state troopers have been allowed to use radar. The Senate Transportation Committee voted unanimously on Wednesday, June 12, to advance a bill to change that distinction.


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