PHIA News Digest – Vol. 3, No. 33

August 20, 2018

Pennsylvania to spend $64 billion in 12-year transport improvement plan 

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will spend nearly $64 billion over the next 12 years to improve its transportation infrastructure, under an updated plan disclosed yesterday by the State Transportation Commission.

Pennsylvania Turnpike toll scofflaws charged with theft in Bucks County

A group of four alleged toll scofflaws racked up $315,000 in unpaid bills to the Pennsylvania Turnpike and now face felony theft charges.

Road work: West York got nearly $1M from state over 10 years, spent $90K

West York has received nearly $1 million in state Liquid Fuels funds over 10 years but has spent only about $90,000 of that money, according to PennDOT.

Wolf, PennDOT give update on road-fixing blitz

PennDOT is moving ahead with accelerated repaving contracts after applying more than 109,000 tons of patching material and improving more than 1,000 miles of roadway through July to deal with the widespread outbreak of potholes after a long and destructive winter season.

Woman racked up nearly $5,000 in unpaid tolls: Police

A Cumberland County woman is facing charges after police say she racked up a hefty bill in unpaid tolls for the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Public meeting set on vehicle fee

The Clinton County commissioners will hold a public meeting on the potential $5 vehicle registration fee, the latest in a series of actions on the highly controversial proposal.


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