PennDOT announces $24.7 million for smart transportation projects in 41 communities
Centre Area Transportation Authority will receive $100,000 to investigate an approach to provide universal transit access to the residents within the greater State College area.
Borough of Phoenixville will receive $598,000 to implement streetscape amenities on Bridge Street initiated by the borough’s residents, merchants, and building owners.
County of Chester will receive $85,000 to complete a bicycle and pedestrian multi-municipal master plan emphasizing linkages to regional trails and access to transportation centers in central Chester County.
Pennsbury Township will receive $80,000 to conduct a multi-municipal study to link recreational, institutional, cultural, and commercial destinations in the Battle Path area.
Transportation Management Association of Chester County will receive $128,000 to plan improvements to infrastructure and multi-modal access along the Route 29 corridor in the Great Valley area.
Borough of Coalport will receive $475,000 to improve the streetscape along Main Street in coordination with scheduled roadway improvements.
Borough of Carlisle will receive $539,643 to construct on-road bicycle lanes and off-road trails within the borough and three surrounding municipalities.
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