PHIA NEWS DIGEST

PHIA News Digest – Vol. 5, No. 51

December 28, 2020

Transportation funding would benefit region

One need not like projected President-elect Joe Biden or the incoming chief executive’s choice for U.S. transportation secretary to recognize a possible major opportunity for Pennsylvania, including this part of the commonwealth.

Financially stressed PennDOT should get $410M from new bill

Pennsylvania will benefit from a new target of funding in the federal stimulus package approved Dec. 21: state departments of transportation, where financially beleaguered PennDOT is expected to receive $410.1 million.

Cameras at Pa. construction sites nab nearly 192,000 violators in eight months

The 17 white Jeep Grand Cherokees are parked along road construction sites on the Pennsylvania Turnpike and state roads from Route 476 in Lehigh County to Route 28 in Allegheny County.

Pa. holds off joining regional program to cap emissions from cars, trucks

The Transportation & Climate Initiative aims to reduce emissions but also carried the likelihood of higher gas prices at the pump in participating states. Other governors also opted against signing onto the initiative. But Wolf’s move isn’t necessarily a permanent rejection of the concept.

 

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