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About PA Safe Roads PAC

PA Safe Roads PAC is a political action committee dedicated to saving lives on Pennsylvania’s roads and highways.  We formed in 2022 to support candidates for the state legislature who are committed to policies in transportation and law enforcement that are proven to reduce fatalities and injuries from vehicular crashes.

Each year, more than 1,000 people lose their lives on Pennsylvania’s roads.  Another 60,000 people are injured each year.  Most crashes are preventable, caused by speeding, driving under the influence, or distracted driving.

PA Safe Roads PAC is a nonpartisan political action committee (PAC) organized within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Nicole Brunet serves as President and Jason Duckworth serves as Treasurer.

Contributions to PA Safe Roads PAC are not deductible as a charitable contribution for income tax purposes. Contributors must be a U.S. Citizen or an authorized permanent resident alien (“Green Card” holder). PA Safe Roads PAC is required by law to use its best efforts to collect the name and mailing address of individuals contributing more than $50 a reporting period, and occupation and employer of individuals contributing more than $250 a reporting period to the PAC.

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Automated Speed Cameras will be expanded to Broad Street (Bicycle Coalition, Nicole Brunet, 6/26/2024)

Published June 26, 2024

Advocates and Legislators call on the Legislature to legalize life saving bicycle infrastructure (6/6/2024)

Published June 6, 2024

The Data Behind How Speed Cameras Curbed Crash Rates on One of Philadelphia’s Most Dangerous Roads (Streetlight Data, 5/15/2024)

Published May 15, 2024

Five dangerous Philly roads will get cameras to catch speeders. People are clamoring for them. (Inquirer, Thomas Fitzgerald, 4/15/2024)

Published April 15, 2024

Speed cameras will stay on Roosevelt Boulevard and be expanded to other parts of the city under PA bill

Published December 13, 2023

How to Prevent Traffic Deaths in Philadelphia

Published November 27, 2023

How the Roosevelt Blvd Speed Cameras Save Lives and Need to Be Renewed & Expanded

Published November 21, 2023

Upcoming Event: World Day of Remembrance (11/19/2023)

Published November 14, 2023

Advocates and Legislators call for the Automated Speed Enforcement program to be made permanent and expanded to other dangerous Philadelphia roads

Published October 19, 2023

My daughter was killed by a hit-and-run driver. A simple step makes it easier to catch drivers who flee. (by Ayeshia Poole, Families for Safet Streets and PA Safe Roads PAC member)

Published August 21, 2023

Freakonomics: Why Does the US Kill So Many Pedestrians?

Published July 13, 2023

Unsafe Streets: The Dangers Facing Pedestrians (ft. Latanya Byrd, Families for Safe Streets and PA Safe Roads PAC member)

Published July 10, 2023

Speed Camera Expansion Bill Introduced in PA State House

Published June 5, 2023

Fake, expired, and obscured car tags threaten public safety | Editorial

Published April 12, 2023

My daughter was killed by a truck in Center City. It was no accident.

Published August 31, 2022

Inaugural Fundraiser for PA Safe Roads PAC on Thursday, August 18, 2022

Published July 27, 2022

Speed, red-light cameras could reduce racial disparity in police stops, study says

Published July 15, 2022

Roadside speed cameras in Pa. making work zones safer, officials say

Published July 12, 2022

Rising US traffic deaths put focus on one Philadelphia road

Published May 31, 2022

Speed Violations Down 91% On Roosevelt Boulevard Since Cameras Got Installed, PPA Says

Published May 12, 2022

A picture is worth $100: Speed cameras successfully slowing traffic on Roosevelt Blvd.

Published May 11, 2022

With Speeding Down, PPA Looks to Expand Roosevelt Blvd. Speed Cam Program

Published May 11, 2022

Strong Support for HB140 from across the Commonwealth

Published April 1, 2022

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