PennDOT Seeking Public Input on Transportation Priorities

PennDOT is asking state residents to provide their input on transportation priorities -- and to register for the program’s first-ever interactive online public meeting.
The program, which serves as a blueprint of prioritized transportation projects, is updated every two years through a cooperative effort among the State Transportation Commission (STC), PennDOT and its 23 regional planning partners.
PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch says modernizing the process makes it easier for the public to share their priorities and concerns with the agency – and gives them a more complete picture of the state’s overall transportation needs.
The online public meeting will be held from 6:00PM to 7:00PM on Thursday, September 26th. During the webcast, Schoch will provide an update on state transportation issues and answer questions from registered participants.
For more information, or to register, you can visit

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