§ 601.18. Accident prevention investigations.
(a) The Commission may conduct in-depth accident investigations and safety studies of the human, vehicle and environmental aspects of traffic accidents for the purpose of determining the cause of traffic accidents and the improvements which may help prevent similar types of accidents or increase the overall safety of the Turnpike roadway and bridges.
(b) In-depth accident investigations and safety studies and information, records and reports used in their preparation are not discoverable or admissible as evidence in any civil action or proceeding. Officers or employes or the agencies charged with the development, procurement or custody of in-depth accident investigations and safety study records and reports are not required to give depositions or evidence pertaining to anything contained in the in-depth accident investigations or safety study records or reports in any civil action or other proceeding.
The provisions of this § 601.18 adopted June 23, 2000, effective June 24, 2000, 30 Pa.B. 3175.
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