Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s agenda calling for government that works is one consistently and thoroughly embraced by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), and in the upcoming fiscal year, people will see highway and bridge improvements across the state. Building on Act 89, the state’s transportation funding plan, Governor Wolf’s 2015-16 budget calls for $4.7 billion devoted to state-maintained highways and bridges, an increase from $4.4 billion in the current year. The local road system is in line for more resources as well, $881.8 million compared to $770.9 million this fiscal year.
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