Updated Information – Roadway Conditions

Updated 04/17/2011 at 1:47 PM – The roadway conditions as detailed in previous posts have been returned to a normal travel conditions. This information is believed to be highly reliable. Motorists are urged to remain aler...
by Lt. David Lash
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Storm Related Activities & Issues In NYCRPD Jurisdiction (Partial List)- Updated at 20:50 – 04/16/2011

Traffic Advisory - As a line of thunder storms and heavy rain has passed through York COunty there are numerous traffic disruptions to report including flooded roadways and traffic signals which are not-functioning. Areas of im...
by Lt. David Lash
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Winter Driving Techniques & Information

With another forecast for snow and ice covered roadways being issued for the York County region, the NYCRPD reminds motorists of the following techniques to employ for safe winter driving. The NYCRPD also urges motorists who en...
by Lt. David Lash
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Roadway Conditions – All NYCRPD Jurisdiction

Updated Information – As of 4:00 PM on 12./10/2010 all roadways were treated at least one time by road crews. There is a potential for slick spots to exist throughout the jurisdiction. Motorists are urged to use caution a...
by Lt. David Lash
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Heavy Rains Disrupt Travel – NYCRPD Jurisdiction Wide Advisory

Traffic Alert – Multiple Roadway Closures And Traffic Flow Disruptions A series of Thursday afternoon thunderstorms have disrupted normal travel within the NYCRPD jurisdiction. The following roadways have been listed as subje...
by Lt. David Lash
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Severe Weather/Tornado Safety Tips

With strong thunderstorms becoming much more frequent during the dog days of summer, the following tips are provided for your safety during severe weather.  The following tips were provided by the NOAA National Severe Storm Pr...
by Lt. David Lash
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Wet Roadways

Rainfall is predicted in the South Central Pennsylvania Region for the next several days. Please review the forecast for the period in this post. The NYCRPD reminds all motorists to be aware of the potential for rain water pool...
by Lt. David Lash
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