Pennsylvania State Police patrol units will be involved in a special traffic enforcement effort targeting State Highway 220 in Ulster and North Towanda townships south of the New York State border.
Cpl. Thomas Stopper of the State Police at Towanda said Monday that enforcement details will be performed using both marked and unmarked police cars as well as non-conventional vehicles.
The details may occur on any day and at any time, with enforcement actions focusing on motorists who are speeding, following too closely, passing illegally and failing to wear seat belts, said Stopper.
Troopers assigned to the enforcement detail will have a zero tolerance policy toward motorists found in violation of the law.
— Jim Wright