PHIA News Digest – Vol. 7, No. 42

October 19, 2022

Gov. Hogan announces improvements to address MD portion of U.S. 219

The plan advances the governor’s pledge to address Maryland’s portion of the U.S. 219 corridor between I-68 and Meyerdale, Pa. to improve safety, expand economic opportunity, and reinforce the regional supply chain.

PennDOT updating cost estimates to finish central Pa. thruway project

Before the jump in inflation, PennDOT estimated the total cost of the 12.4-mile limited access highway in central Pennsylvania would be $900 million.

Pa. to receive $2.6B for fixing roads, bridges and tunnels

Philadelphia and Pennsylvania roads, bridges, and tunnels could be getting a major facelift in the coming years, as federal officials announced $2.6 billion in infrastructure funding for the state.

Expect more EV charging stations as states tap into federal funds

The funding, which comes from the 2021 federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, will be distributed to the states over five years. States can tap into $1.5 billion of it from fiscal years 2022 and 2023 to help build a network of stations along highway corridors that cover about 75,000 miles.


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