“Freight railroads are committed to the safety of our communities. In addition to investing millions of private dollars in their Pennsylvania infrastructure each year, they have been active participants in local emergency response planning – serving on the state planning committee on emergency response and helping towns develop preparedness plans.”
Sen. Richard Alloway was elected to his first term in the Pennsylvania Senate in November 2008. He is currently serving his second term representing the 33rd District, which includes all of Adams County and portions of Cumberland, Franklin and York Counties. Alloway serves as a member of the Senate Republican leadership team as Majority Caucus Secretary.
Prior to serving in the Senate, Alloway served as a magisterial district judge for four years. He is a former member of the Franklin County Area Development Corporation and Downtown Chambersburg, Inc. A Franklin County native, Alloway earned a bachelor’s degree in Government from Shippensburg University and graduated from Widener Law School in 2002.