PA/MD State Police target dangerous drivers on I-83

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Pennsylvania and Maryland State Police team up to crackdown on dangerous drivers on Interstate 83.  The cooperative effort starts Friday morning.  In addition to state police Baltimore County Police and Baltimore City Police will also focus on aggressive drivers, speeders, tailgaters, distracted drivers and those drivers and passengers not wearing their seat belt.

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The expanded enforcement effort will cover I-83 from York all the way into Baltimore City. The ultimate goal of the operation is to reduce traffic crashes caused by the described driving behaviors.

2 comments

  • MyTakeOnIt

    Hey, it's about time they took a look into the Veterans of Foreign Wars NASCAR speedway I-83. It's a fricken zoo every morning since the mass exodus of MD employees moved their homes to York County. To those I offend by that, you'd have to recognize the change that we natives saw beginning from the late 1980's.

    • Joe

      On the other hand, your school board doesn't object to collecting high property taxes from the transplants you mention

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