PennDOT announces $24.7 million for smart transportation projects in 41 communities
For more information on the PCTI program and Smart Transportation, go to the Smart Transportation Website at www.smart-transportation.com.
Following is a list of projects receiving PCTI funding:
(Source: Pennsylvania Department of Transportation)
Borough of New Oxford will receive $74,500 to develop a plan to calm traffic and improve pedestrian access in the center square area.
Airport Corridor Transportation Association will receive $700,000 to reduce congestion and provide better transit, pedestrian, and bicycle access near the Robinson and North Fayette Township commercial area.
City of Pittsburgh will receive $280,000 to develop a multi-modal traffic simulation and land-use model for the city’s Strip District.
Richland Township will receive $1,300,000 to improve pedestrian access and traffic flow by constructing sidewalks, a median, and creating left turn lanes near the intersection of Route 8 and Ewalt Road.
County of Armstrong will receive $300,000 to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of traffic flow and safety improvements for Kittanning Borough.
Borough of Tyrone will receive $517,324 to enhance Pennsylvania Avenue by improving pedestrian access and calming traffic.
Falls Township will receive $90,000 to improve traffic flow and access management along Trenton Avenue.
Richland Township will receive $713,000 to create a community gateway on Trumbauersville Road.
Borough of Saxonburg will receive $1,422,017 for enhancements to the historic Main Street.
City of Johnstown will receive $1,500,000 to improve the connection between Route 56 and Main Street to create a gateway to the central business district.
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