Several Pennsylvania counties will receive “smart transportation” funding from PennDOT that link transportation investments and land-use planning and decision-making.
Twenty-four communities will receive $24.7 million in funding.
In Bucks County, Falls Township will receive $90,000 to improve traffic flow and access management along Trenton Avenue.
In Chester County, Pennsbury Township will receive $80,000 to conduct a multi-municipal study to link recreational, institutional, cultural, and commercial destinations in the Battle Path area.
In Montgomery County, 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.
In Philadelphia, 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. The Philadelphia Business Journal details another plan set for Philadelphia.