PHIA News Digest – Vol. 4, No. 27

July 1, 2019

Daunting task: Building the Southern Beltway’s interchange underneath I-79

For the first 11 miles of construction of the Southern Beltway, the concept has been pretty much the same: knock down hills, fill in valleys and create a flat surface for the new 13-mile toll road on the Allegheny-Washington County border.

Pennsylvania resolution urges federal government to make infrastructure a priority

The Pennsylvania state House recently advanced a resolution that urges the federal government to make the resiliency of the country’s infrastructure a priority.

11 things you need to know before getting a Real ID in Pennsylvania

Residents who want Pennsylvania’s federally compliant ID cards are required to provide a slew of paperwork and information when they apply.

Pennsylvania highway deaths slightly increased last year, despite national dip

Early estimates show 36,750 people died in motor vehicle crashes nationally in 2018, a roughly 1% year-over-year decrease, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

As Trump and Congress consider infrastructure funding, road builders call for more federal dollars

Dave Bauer, the CEO of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, says the Trump administration and Congress need to pitch in to help states accomplish their transportation goals.


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