PHIA NEWS DIGEST

PHIA News Digest – Vol. 4, No. 23

June 4, 2019

Harrisburg leaders want answers before hiring engineer for impact study on I-83 expansion

Before the city of Harrisburg enters into a contract with an engineering firm to perform a traffic and community impact analysis on the proposed I-83 Capital Beltway project, council members would like to know how much the study would cost as well know the study’s timeline.

OPINION | It’s been a rough year for mass transit

With falling ridership and scrapped expansion projects, urban transit faces an uncertain future.

Pennsylvania’s rural roads, bridges have significant deficiencies and high fatality rates

America’s rural transportation system is in need of repairs and modernization to support economic growth in the nation’s heartland, which is a critical source of energy, food and fiber. With increases in population and growing employment, rural America is heavily reliant on the quality of its transportation system to sustain further growth.

Governor announces 40 municipalities to receive Red Light Enforcement funds

Gov. Tom Wolf announced that PennDOT will distribute $15.4 million in Automated Red Light Enforcement (ARLE) funding to 38 municipalities statewide to fund 50 safety projects.

Our view: Pa. roads need lasting fix

Something as elemental as deploying tax dollars to maintain the roads and bridges that make our lives and livelihoods possible should be an urgent, universal priority, even in a state as geographically diverse as Pennsylvania.

 

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