HARRISBURG – PennDOT will distribute about $12.9 million in Automated Red Light Enforcement funding to 22 municipalities statewide to fund 28 safety projects. The program aims to improve safety at signalized intersections by providing automated enforcement at locations where data shows red-light running has been an issue. Grant funding is supplied by fines from red light violations at 32 intersections in Philadelphia. Two Lancaster County locations will benefit. Over $235,000 will go to install curb bump outs and a Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacon at the S. Queen/Farnum Street intersection to improve pedestrian safety. The second will be in Mountville Borough where over $460,000 will modernize an existing traffic signal at the intersection of Main Street (Route 462) and North and South Manor Street, including replacement of 8” 4-way signal heads with 12” signals on mast arms.