PHIA NEWS DIGEST

PHIA News Digest – Vol. 3, No. 41

October 15, 2018

First criminal charges over delinquent Pennsylvania Turnpike tolls filed in Allegheny County

The first criminal charges have been filed in Allegheny County by the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission since announcing their efforts to collect delinquent tolls. The commission has been working with district attorneys across the commonwealth for over a year, going after those who owe the most first.

State to invest $2.7M in Erie Western PA Port Authority

The state plans to invest $2.7 million in the Erie Western PA Port Authority as a way to spur economic development through the Port of Erie, Gov. Tom Wolf recently announced.

Lyft and Uber help patients make It to medical appointments

On-demand, ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft are playing a growing role in nonemergency medical transportation. Health care providers, insurers and others are working with these services to make better use of their resources and reduce transportation frustration for patients.

Self-driving car startup Aurora becomes Pennsylvania’s first ‘authorized’ tester

Aurora, the buzzy self-driving car startup, has become the first company officially authorized by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to test its vehicles on public roads.

Here’s how Philly hopes to improve transportation in the next seven years

Philadelphia released a transportation plan Wednesday that outlines the city’s goals for street safety and transportation for the next seven years.

 

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