State Police to Increase Traffic Patrols Over Thanksgiving Weekend

The Pennsylvania State Police will step up its traffic enforcement over the Thanksgiving holiday.

MEDIA–The Pennsylvania State Police will aggressively enforce motor vehicle laws over the Thanksgiving weekend due to increased traffic on the roadways.

Troopers will be targeting DUI, speeding and seat belt violations. Troopers will also seek out and citing careless and aggressive drivers.

The Thanksgiving holiday weekend also falls during the National Click It or Ticket campaign, which is underway until Dec. 2. Click It or Ticket focuses on the proper seat belt and child safety seat usage.

Certified car seat technicians from PSP-Media Barracks will hold a child car seat event on Monday, Nov. 26, from 3 to 7 p.m. in the lot adjacent to the barracks at 1342 W. Baltimore Pike in Media.

Please call 610-558-7074 for more information.

Pennsylvania State Police remind everyone to wear a seat belt and drive safely. Additionally, drivers need to remember if a vehicle’s windshield wipers are operating then the headlights (not just day-time running lights) must also be on.


This press release was provided by the Pennsylvania State Police-Media Barracks.


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