PennDOT, Safety Partners Combat Impaired Driving on Vacation | State News

PITTSBURGH — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), members of Allegheny County Safety Partners and local emergency responders came together earlier this week to emphasize the importance of sober driving around the holiday season, especially the day before Thanksgiving, also known as the “blackout.” “. Wednesday.”

Blackout Wednesday is one of the biggest drinking days of the year, ushering in the increasing trend of disabled driving accidents around the holiday season. During this time, PennDOT’s Southwest region and its safety partners continue to work together to deliver life-saving messages to the public to promote affirmative action that can help reduce impaired driving on Pennsylvania’s roads.