PHIA NEWS DIGEST

PHIA News Digest – Vol. 3, No. 45

November 19, 2018

All Pa. Turnpike lanes to open for Thanksgiving travel

With the busiest six travel days of the year starting this week, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission announced all lanes of traffic will be open – barring emergencies – to accommodate the spike in motorists.

Pennsylvania’s infrastructure gets C-minus, council says

The state earned a cumulative GPA of a C-minus on the 2018 Report Card for Pennsylvania’s Infrastructure.

Transportation lockboxes: The road funding policy that doesn’t improve roads much

Voters in Connecticut approved a transportation “lockbox.” But historically, they do little to address transportation funding problems.

Elections set up road funding battles in the states

Last week’s elections had enough good news to keep up the spirits of transportation advocates — an effort to roll back a California gas tax hike failed, candidates promising to fix roads were elected as governors and dozens of local transportation ballot measures passed.

Under construction: PennDOT plans decade of work on Route 1

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is embarking on a major Route 1 reconstruction project that will see crews sharing the busy road with motorists from now through at least 2025 as they widen the road, replace bridges and more in an estimated, nearly $300 million overhaul of almost five miles between the Bucks County line in Bensalem to just past the Pine Street Bridge in Langhorne.

 

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