Bethlehem Police issue 20 tickets on Route 378 on the afternoon of Dec. 11 with the top speeder going 86.2 mph.
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Bethlehem and Bethlehem Township police to be participating in a statewide initiative aimed at stopping aggressive driving.
Today will not be a good day to be driving angry in the Lehigh Valley. Not that it ever is. No less than 14 local police departments – including Bethlehem, Bethlehem Township and Fountain Hill – and the Pennsylvania State Police plan to conduct a special aggressive-driving enforcement on Lehigh Valley roads today, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said in a news release. Aggressive driving behaviors include speeding, tailgating and running red lights. Local departments and the state police are targeting aggressive driving across the state until April 29. More than 320 local departments are participating in the program, which is funded by PennDOT’s statewide investment of $2.3 million in federal funds from the National Highway…