Do you know the Pennsylvania School Bus Stopping Law?
The penalties if convicted of violating Pennsylvania´s School Bus Stopping Law include:
School Zone Speed Regulations
§ 3365. Special speed limitations.
(b) School zones. When passing through a school zone as defined and established under regulations of the department, no person shall drive a vehicle at a speed greater than 15 miles per hour. An official traffic-control device shall indicate the beginning and end of each school zone to traffic approaching in each direction.
The penalties if convicted of violating this section include:
Motorists and residents are reminded to observe the parking regulations in Westtown, East Goshen and Thornbury Townships. There are many parking violations that are regulated by State Law and Township Ordinances. The fines for parking violations vary from $35.00 to $300.00 plus court costs.
Below are some of the general rules when parking:
Westtown Township Parking Ordinance
§ 162-22. Parking prohibited certain hours.
A. There shall be no parking on Township roads between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m., except for vehicles bearing official placards issued by Westtown Township permitting parking on designated streets between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Such streets shall be designated by the enactment of an ordinance establishing the roads that are subject to the exception.
Anyone with questions on parking regulations can call the police department at (610) 692-9600 or the Township Administrative Offices.