PennDOT announces $24.7 million for smart transportation projects in 41 communities
Borough of Lemoyne will receive $1,500,000 to implement the second phase of an enhancement project derived from a community based visioning approach.
Lower Allen Township will receive $185,000 to create a bicycle and pedestrian linkage between residential, educational, and recreational facilities currently separated by Interstate 83.
Borough of North East will receive $300,000 to develop a Smart Transportation and Land Use Strategic Plan.
Erie County General Authority will receive $300,000 to plan for the multi-modal transport of freight containers in conjunction with the Erie Inland Port initiative.
Borough of Indiana will receive $1,500,000 for transportation enhancements to create better linkages between the borough’s commercial corridor, Main Street, and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority will receive $459,009 to remedy safety issues for pedestrians and bicyclists using the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail in Archbald.
Warwick Township will receive $393,254 to extend Highland Drive to enhance connectivity of the existing street network and reduce congestion on Route 501.
Lower Macungie and Upper Macungie Townships will receive $125,000 to identify a complete street strategy for the Hamilton Boulevard corridor emphasizing land use changes, public transit, and intermodal amenities.
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