House Transportation Committee

(The Pennsylvania capitol, in Harrisburg.  File photo)

Pa. Lawmakers’ Plate Still Full Ahead Of Summer Recess

Thursday was another day characterized more by what didn’t happen as opposed to what did.


House Dem leaders, including Mike McGeehan (second from right), speak with reporters. (Credit: Tony Romeo)

Pa. House Democrats Cry Foul Over Republican Transportation Funding Amendment

The amendment being drafted by Republicans who control the House would not only raise less funds for transportation overall than the Senate bill, it would, after the first five years at least, raise less than even what Governor Corbett has proposed.


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Corbett Expects Compromise On Transportation Funding Bill

Governor Corbett in February proposed raising about $1.8 billion a year for roads, bridges and mass transit primarily by lifting the cap on gasoline taxes at the wholesale level.


Governor Tom Corbett pushes for resolution to transportation funding. (Credit: Tony Romeo)

Corbett Pushes For Transportation Funding

As Governor Corbett presses for action on proposals to raise new funding for roads, bridges, and mass transit, the focus continues to be on differences between the state House, Senate and governor on the issue.