PennDOT announces $24.7 million for smart transportation projects in 41 communities
City of Sunbury will receive $1,050,000 to create a more livable, accessible, and safer community for residents and businesses along Wolverton Street.
City of Philadelphia will receive $1,300,000 to facilitate the reuse of the Manayunk Railroad Bridge to connect the Schuylkill River and Cynwyd Trails.
City of Philadelphia will receive $1,100,000 to improve connectivity between the Old City neighborhood and waterfront activities, parks, and trails along Race Street.
Borough of Mahanoy City will receive $1,020,000 to continue activities to improve accessibility while adding pedestrian safety and aesthetics to the downtown business district.
County of Somerset will receive $617,500 to construct a 20-car park and ride lot adjacent to the Route 30 and Route 219 interchange in Jenner Township.
County of Venango will receive $250,000 to explore transportation enhancement improvements and multi-modal opportunities to manage congestion along Route 8 in the Borough of Sugar Creek and the City of Franklin.
Borough of Youngsville will receive $1,000,000 to implement the Youngsville Revitalization and Economic Redevelopment Enhancement Plan.
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