PHIA News Digest – Vol. 5, No. 45

November 16, 2020

PennDOT green lights plan to add tolls on some bridges

The Department of Transportation has given the green light for a proposal that could add tolls on an undetermined number of bridges. Which bridges might be involved has not been announced.

State seeks to add Pittsburgh-to-Harrisburg Amtrak train

Amtrak’s proposal to add another Pittsburgh-to-Harrisburg daily round-trip train in about three years is good news to Sharon Calloway of Uniontown, a frequent traveler on the Pennsylvanian train from Greensburg to New York City, where she works.

Infrastructure, jobs are key to coming together under Biden, say Pa. Republicans, unions

After more than a decade of division — Republicans trying to block Barack Obama at every move and Democrats questioning Donald Trump’s legitimacy — President-elect Joe Biden is inheriting a contentious crowd.

P-3 Board approves bridge program

Pennsylvania’s Public Private Transportation Partnership (P3) Board today approved a new transportation initiative that will help accelerate the reconstruction and rehabilitation of major bridges in partnership with the private sector.

Pa. governor announces Municipal Assistance Program

Gov. Tom Wolf announced the approval of six projects through the Municipal Assistance Program to assist local governments with planning for zoning, coordinating emergency services, and creating comprehensive plans.


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