Allentown wants to pursue anti-driving measures like red-light cameras and municipal radar following a crash in which a pedestrian was killed near Dieruff High School. Both of these are currently illegal under state law.
In the state legislature, Act 38 of 2020 sadly became law, and should be repealed. This law modified the stop-arm camera law for illegally passing school buses. It assumes a vehicle's owner was driving, and takes away all the person's rights. Will also allow multiple entities to reap profits, based upon the number of tickets, which will act as an incentive to make sure the tickets keep flowing.
Levittown Now, a Bucks County media outlet, reported the work zone on Route 1 issuing tickets in error and having inadequate signs. It was enlightening, but still misses the key point that these cameras need to go away.