New Report Outlines Need for Highway Funding

June 6, 2013

On May 29, The Road Information Program (TRIP) released a study estimating that poor Pennsylvania roadways are costing the state’s residents approximately $9.4 billion annual in the form of additional vehicle operating costs as well as in costs of lost time and wasted fuel due to traffic congestion and traffic crashes.

To view coverage of the press event in Harrisburg, Pa. view the video below.


One Comment on this post.

  1. Laurel Nichisti
    September 15, 2013 at 8:28 am
  2. I drive the 83 from York to Harrisburg almost daily and all I can say about it is SHAME ON YOU for allowing this problem to persist. SHAME ON YOU!!!