Real ID Now Available In Person At Bridgeville Driver License CenterA steady stream of customers entered PennDOT's newest driver license center in Bridgeville on Friday, opening day for the only center in the region where Pennsylvanians can get their Real ID in person.
PennDOT Set To Start Issuing Real IDsPennsylvania is about to start issuing driver licenses that allow holders to board commercial airliners and enter certain secure federal facilities when federal Real ID standards take effect in Pennsylvania next year.
Thousands Of Pa. Residents Prequalify For New Real IDsMore than 140,000 people have already pre-qualified for Pennsylvania’s new, Real IDs, even though they're not available yet.
Pennsylvania’s REAL ID Program Delayed AgainPennsylvania is getting yet another extension to comply with a federal law that requires driver's licenses and photo ID cards to meet anti-terrorism standards.
PennDOT To Start Pre-Qualifying Pa. Residents For Real ID In SeptemberPennsylvanians who want a driver's license that allows them to board commercial airliners and enter certain secure federal buildings can soon get one.
Wolf Signs Real ID Law, Expects New Licenses In 2019Gov. Tom Wolf's office says Pennsylvania driver's licenses that are compliant with tougher federal anti-terrorism standards should be available in early 2019.
Pennsylvania Moves To Comply With Federal Real ID LawPennsylvania is closer to complying with a federal law that requires people to prove they are legal U.S. residents in order for their driver's licenses to be valid for federal purposes.
Pa. Senate Sends Real ID Bill To The HousePennsylvania has until June 6 to commit to compliance with Real ID
Pa. Lawmakers Grapple With Real ID IssuesA state Senate committee recently advanced a bill that would repeal a state law prohibiting Pennsylvania’s participation in Real ID.
Feds Grant Pennsylvania 4 More Months To Comply With Real IDThe extension for compliance with the Real ID law means that, for now, Pennsylvania licenses will be sufficient proof of identification to get into federal facilities.
Pa. Driver's License Will No Longer Count As Federal IDPennsylvanians may need an alternative, secure form of identification to get into federal facilities starting Jan. 30.