From staff reports
PennDOT, Pennsylvania State Police and 232 municipal police agencies are conducting a regional aggressive-driving wave as part of the national mobilization that started Monday and is continuing through Aug. 26.
To promote safety, police departments will target motorists exhibiting aggressive-driving behaviors such as red light running, speeding, tailgating and failing to steer clear of emergency vehicles.
In Venango County, the Oil City, Franklin and Sugarcreek Borough police departments are participating.
Failing to traffic control devices like stop signs and red lights was the second most-common offense, resulting in 1,440 citations.
The aggressive driving enforcement is a part of the Pennsylvania Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Project and is funded by PennDOT and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.