Pennsylvania Traffic Safety Enforcement Resource Center

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LEL Region 1

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 1:
(PennDOT District 6-0)

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  • Gordon Beck
    Region 1 LEL
    35 Diamond Dr.
    Newtown , Pa 18940
    Phone: (215) 860-3007
    Cell: (215) 219-8575
  • Lori Aguilera
    Asst AD Coordinator - Chester County
    201 W Market St. PO Box 2746
    West Chester, Pa 19380
    Phone: (610) 344-5557
    Fax: (610) 344-5905
  • Katie Kucz
    Asst AD Coordinator - Montgomery County
    1430 Dekalb St.
    Norristown, Pa 19404
    Phone: (610) 278-5117
    Fax: (610) 278-6787

LEL Region 3

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 3:
Berks-Carbon-Lehigh-Monroe-Northampton-Schuylkill (PennDOT District 5-0)

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LEL Region 2

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 2:
(PennDOT District 8-0)

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LEL Region 5

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 5:
(PennDOT District 1-0)
(PennDOT District 2-0)
(PennDOT District 9-0)

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  • Dave Toohey
    AD Coordinator
    470 Jacksonville Road
    Bellefonte, Pa 16823
    Phone: 814-355-7598
    Cell: 814-777-0746
    Fax: 570-628-2419
  • Phil Hoh
    Region 5 LEL
    643 Center Street
    Saint Mary’s, Pa 15857
    Cell: 814-594-5466
    Fax: 570-628-2419

LEL Region 6

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 6:
(PennDOT District 10-0)

Allegheny-Beaver- Lawrence
(PennDOT District 11-0)

(PennDOT District 12-0)

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LEL Region 4:

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 4:
(PennDOT District 3-0)

Lackawanna-Luzerne-Pike-Susquehanna-Wayne-Wyoming (PennDOT District 4-0)

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Our Current Focus
Aggressive Driving Wave 3 Kicks off July 6, 2015

posted on March 7, 2014
Wave 3 main picture Our Current Focus
-Aggressive Driving Wave 3 Kicks off July 6 201

PA ADEEP Wave 3 to kick off July 6, 2015
Wave Three “Summer Drive Time”
The 3rd Aggressive Driving Wave for 2015 is scheduled for July 6 through Aug. 30. There will be over 330 municipal police agencies and the Pennsylvania State Police scheduled to participate to reduce the number of Aggressive Driving related crashes, injuries and deaths on 474 roadways throughout the State.
The focus for this “Summer Drive Time” 8 week enforcement Wave will be on this Red Light Running, Tailgating and Speeding. Law Enforcement Agencies will also target motorists exhibiting other unsafe driving behaviors such as; driving too fast for conditions, texting, careless driving, Work Zone Safety violations and any other aggressive driving actions.
Participating Agencies will use Traffic Enforcement Zones, Saturation Patrols, Speed Enforcement Details, Corridor Enforcement, Work Zone Enforcement and Multi-Jurisdictional Patrol strategies to identify and cite aggressive drivers.
PAADEEP will launch, during this Wave, the second Speed Reduction Initiative that dedicates additional resources on 10 roadways in the state that have experienced a substantial increase in speed related injury and fatality crashes during the past three years. Thirty One (31) Law Enforcement Agencies will be funded to schedule enforcement details on these roadways.
Municipal police agencies that participated in last year’s campaign wrote 53,587 aggressive-driving related citations, including 31,150 for speeding. Traffic Control Signal Signs was the second most-common offense, resulting in 5,011 citations. Additionally, the enforcement accounted for 51 felony arrests, 145 DUI arrests and 179 drug-related arrests.

The PAADEEP is committed to traffic safety by supporting Law Enforcement to reduce the number of crashes, injuries and deaths on our Pennsylvania roadways.

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PAADEEP Main Office

Crash Records Reporting

Two or more factors must be listed for a crash to be considered aggressive driving. For more information please visit crash records.

  • Rick Leymeister
    Pennsylvania Crash Reporting Project Coordinator
    Phone: 570-628-9773
    Cell: 570-516-7881
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