PHIA NEWS DIGEST

PHIA News Digest – Vol. 2, No. 25

June 19, 2017

PDSITELOGO2When it comes to building new infrastructure, there are no free rides: Robert Latham

We do not doubt that privatization can offer efficiencies and cost advantages, as well as shift some of the investment risk away from taxpayers.

Privatization does not, however, make the costs for infrastructure improvements magically disappear. In the case of highway improvement, the bottom line is that you can’t have financing without funding.

‘Economic roadmap’ will help locate opportunities

The Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway won’t fully open to traffic until 2024, but business leaders are wisely thinking now about how the Routes 11-15 bypass project will change the local economic landscape.

The Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation are hosting an educational forum Wednesday designed to offer information on economic opportunities that may be created by the new highway.

Chokepoints: Road construction that may slow you down this summer

A number of projects taking place around the Capital Beltway — the loop around Harrisburg that’s a combination of interstates 81 and 83 and state Route 581 —  will affect almost everyone who travels in Dauphin and Cumberland counties this summer.

In addition, PennLive asked PennDOT representatives to identify the road construction projects in each district around the state, from Erie to Philadelphia, that will have the greatest impact on travelers.

Trillium CNG celebrates opening of York fueling station

Officials with PennDOT and Rabbittransit in York, Pa., held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to welcome the commonwealth’s newest public compressed natural gas (CNG) station. The facility is the second public CNG station Love’s Trillium CNG designed, built and maintains for numerous transit authorities in Pennsylvania as part of a public-private partnership PennDOT awarded to the company last year.

 

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