There could be some changes coming to Bridgeville’s laws regarding motor vehicles, traffic, and parking.
But you probably won’t notice.
Bridgeville’s public safety committee is dusting off the borough’s code book to identify outdated, antiquated, or otherwise obsolete ordinances related to automobiles that would be good candidates for deletion.
This issue got some attention in August, when borough council tossed out a decades-old ban against parking on a section of Baldwin Street. That vote was the culmination of a debate over how fast Bridgeville should move to get rid of laws that it doesn’t intend to enforce:
The rest of the motor vehicle code will now get a fresh review.
So, which of Bridgeville’s parking/traffic/motor vehicle laws would you change?