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PennDOT is deeply committed to making travel in Central Pennsylvania safer for all of us. Safety Improvement Projects include center line rumble strips to help prevent vehicles from drifting into the opposite lane, more reflectors and larger signs with bigger lettering. PennDOT is also working with state and local police to develop target enforcement areas to reduce drunk driving and crashes. PennDOT also has an extensive safety education program for teen drivers, mature drivers and everyone in between.

For information on PennDOT
Website: http://www.dot.state.pa.us/
Travel information: http://www.511pa.com/

PennDOT reminds motorists they can log on to 511pa.com or call 511 from any phone to check traffic conditions before heading out. Report a road condition: 1-800-FIX-ROAD

Road Conditions:

District 2District 9
Cameron
Bedford
Centre
Blair
Clearfield
Cambria
Elk
Huntingdon
District 10Somerset
Jefferson


Community Relations Coordinator:
James May (570) 963-4044 Jamay@pa.gov
Safety Press Officer: Michael Taluto (570) 963-3502 Mtaluto@pa.gov


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Casey Feldman was killed by a Distracted Driver while crossing the street


  • Approximately 211 teens ages 16 to 17 were killed in the U.S. in motor vehicle crashes from January-June 2011.
  • Teens are more likely to underestimate hazardous driving conditions or are unable to recognize them at all.
  • 61% of teens admit to risky driving habits.
  • Teens have the lowest rate of seat belt use.
  • Drivers under the age of 20 have a crash rate about 3.5 times the rate of mature drivers. Crash rates are highest at age 16.

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