Adams County Communities to Receive Traffic Safety Grant
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams/Franklin) announced today that two Adams County communities are among 37 municipalities statewide to receive a share of $6.6 million in state grant funding to improve safety at intersections with traffic signals. The grants are being awarded to municipalities where data shows red-light running has been an issue.

PennDOT announced that Conewago Township will be awarded nearly $2,800 to upgrade traffic signal heads to LED at Hanover and Centennial roads (Routes 116 and 2006). East Berlin Borough will receive a grant of $23,600 to upgrade to traffic-volume detection technology that improves traffic flow on all four approaches to the intersection at Routes 234 and 194.

“Traffic at these intersections has increased substantially in recent years,” said Moul. “The grants will help to improve public safety and save lives by making the traffic signals more visible and easing traffic flow.”

For more information, visit and search “Automated Red Light Enforcement.”

Representative Dan Moul
91st District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: Donna Pinkham
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