PennDOT announces $24.7 million for smart transportation projects in 41 communities
Kingston Township will receive $300,000 to complete a 2-mile, multi-use trail between the Borough of Luzerne and the village of Trucksville adjacent to Route 309.
Borough of West Wyoming will receive $295,400 to improve walkability along the West Side Trail.
County of Lycoming will receive $982,000 to implement its Pathways to Health initiative to improve access for pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and emergency vehicles in coordination with the expansion of Susquehanna Health.
Shenango Valley Area Transportation Study MPO will receive $280,000 to study opportunities to improve congestion and safety along the State Street/Irvine Avenue Corridor in the Cities of Hermitage and Sharon.
County of Mifflin will receive $1,473,400 to continue revitalization efforts in downtown Lewistown in conjunction with planned future development of senior housing in the area.
Borough of Stroudsburg will receive $407,119 to construct curb extension, relocate light poles, and install decorative crosswalks in coordination with a Congested Corridor Improvement Program initiative on Main Street.
City Avenue Special Services District will receive $301,145 to improve walkability and safety on Bala Avenue between the Bala and Cynwyd rail-served transit stations in Lower Merion Township.
Hatfield Township and the Borough of Hatfield will receive $27,000 to develop a plan to improve land use controls, identify sidewalk gaps, and identify traffic calming opportunities along the North Broad Street Business District.
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