Friday, August 10, 2012

PA To Update Transportation System

The State Transportation Commission today approved an update to
Pennsylvania’s 12-Year Transportation Program, which anticipates $41.6 billion being available over the next 12 years for improvements to roads, bridges, transit systems, airports and railroads. The newly adopted 12-Year Program, which takes effect October 1, anticipates just over $9 billion being available for highway and bridge projects in the first four years. Public transit is in line for $5.4 billion; aviation, $360 million; and the state’s rail-freight systems are expected to receive $204 million.

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