Radio PA Roundtable – April 6-8, 2018

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, should local police departments be able to use radar for speed enforcement? We also hear from an organization helping businesses deal with addiction issues in the workplace and we find out how Pennsylvania’s U.S. House delegation would react if President Trump fired Robert Mueller.

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2 replies
  1. Bill
    Bill says:

    Radar makes MANY errors and fails the Daubert Test. Pull up Radargate Revisited to see. Can’t tell which car made the reading, either. Absurdly low speed limits, tickets at 6 mph above them.

    Speed limits should be set to the 85th percentile free flowing traffic speed, but they are not. This means
    more crashes, tickets to safe drivers, and the wrong drivers.

    PennDOT’s own data shows that the roads have never been safer. I do have a simple solution. Make ALL tickets only points, no fines or surcharges. See who wants radar then. In the end, money talks and that is 100% of what this is about. Want full compliance, then post PROPER speed limits!

    This never ends, as the hearing showed the desire for moving radar, LIDAR, and speed cameras too.  Better get ready to pay up to drive anywhere!

    Check out the National Motorists Association and oppose this misguided radar push.

  2. Stephen De Franco
    Stephen De Franco says:

    Bll makes some legitimate points. Speeds should be set at the 85th percentile for real safety.

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