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  • County should tow away 'no outlet' sign

    County should tow away 'no outlet' sign
    Q: Earlier this year, in discussing road signs at a construction zone on Broadway in South Whitehall Township, you wrote about ' … the four motorists I saw go straight across Broadway into the soccer complex at Cedar Creek Parkway West … making U-turns after seeing the 'no outlet ahead' sign … ' I was surprised you didn't mention that the 'no outlet ahead' sign is false. You certainly can continue driving on the road in the park, and it brings you out to Cedarbrook Road and West Walnut Street. What are the rules for false or misleading road signs?
  • Top layer of asphalt subject to rippling

    Q: My wife is convinced that the west end of Schadt Avenue at Mauch Chunk Road in Whitehall, where Schadt Avenue goes down a moderate grade to the traffic light, contains deliberate high ripples that act as speed bumps. I think it's just slippage of the...

    Radar restricted to state police only in Pennsylvania

    Q: A few months ago, at a public meeting with state Rep. Bob Freeman in Hellertown, borough police Chief Robert Shupp requested that Freeman propose legislation to allow local police to use radar for speed enforcement in Pennsylvania. Freeman and others...

    Motorists ignore left-turn bans

    Q: What happened to the 'no left turn' sign at the Lehigh Street entrance/exit of the Wawa across from Queen City Airport? There was a sign prohibiting motorists exiting the Wawa from making a left onto the very busy Lehigh Street. Since then I have...

    NFL Network to debut "Andre Reed: A Football Life" on Thursday as a prelude to his big weekend

    It is one of the most remarkable stories in Lehigh Valley sports history. It's the story of a skinny kid who grew up in some of Allentown's toughest neighborhoods, attended an often overlooked Dieruff High School and an even more overlooked Kutztown...