PHIA News Digest – Vol. 2, No. 44

November 14, 2017

Meet Mr. Bicycle, who’s helped fix thousands of bikes in Pennsylvania

Some 15 years ago, Ross Willard was volunteering with a food program in Harrisburg, Pa., when he started to notice children riding bicycles with brakes that didn’t work.

Pa. should follow this road map to an electrical vehicle future

Pennsylvania is in dire need of a regulatory roadmap to ensure that the state embraces a competitive marketplace that encourages innovation and customer choice.

Wolf won’t transfer money from transit trust

Gov. Tom Wolf won’t say what funds he will tap to fill a $300 million gap in the state budget, but his office said Thursday he won’t touch transportation funds.

Route 15 lanes reopen as building of Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway moves forward

All four lanes of state Route 15 in the Winfield area of Union County are scheduled to be open to traffic later this week now that a temporary bridge over the highway is completed.

PennDOT recommends CSVT alternative

PennDOT’s Montoursville-based Engineering District 3 has announced it is recommending the Eastern Alternative for realigning a portion of the Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation Project southern section to avoid the nearby fly ash waste basins. PennDOT will host a public meeting to present the reasons for recommending the Eastern Alternative and collect feedback from 6:30 PM to 9 PM on Wednesday November 15, at the Selinsgrove Middle School, 401 18th Street, Selinsgrove, PA.


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