PHIA NEWS DIGEST

PHIA News Digest – Vol. 4, No. 33

August 19, 2019

PennDOT didn’t send savings from registration stickers to law enforcement: Here’s why

PennDOT officials said in 2016 that the department might use the savings from eliminating license plate stickers to fund expensive cameras for police departments. That never happened.

Police split over necessity of bringing registration stickers back to Pa. license plates

Police in Pennsylvania are divided as to whether registration stickers should be brought back to license plates.

House panel hears concerns for PA vehicle registration

The committee heard testimony on two bills that address issues stemming from the implementation of the no-sticker requirement in late 2016.

License plate readers gain support for crime-fighting, but bill would address privacy concerns

Rothman has introduced a bill that would regulate how both ALPRs and the data they collect are used. He says the bill wouldn’t only help law enforcement but could also protect Pennsylvanian’s privacy.

Lawmakers might bring back license plate stickers with a new twist

The state House Transportation Committee is considering a bill to reinstate those little vehicle registration stickers on Pennsylvania license plates.

U.S. appeals court hands truckers defeat in Pa. Turnpike toll suit

High tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike do not violate the right of truckers and other motorists to travel between states, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday, upholding a lower-court dismissal of a lawsuit against state agencies and officials.

How Pa. transportation secretary is shifting the infrastructure conversation

Secretary Leslie Richards is trying to re-engineer the engineering process by making community engagement a top priority.

 

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