HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A 2013 law that increased gas taxes and motorist fees is helping 109 Pennsylvania municipalities improve their traffic signals.
The Wolf administration said Monday it was distributing $12 million in grants for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Green Light-Go program.
The grants pay up to half the cost to obtain modern technology, retime signals, install light-emitting diode signals and make other upgrades.
This year’s projects include pavement markings, traffic monitoring devices, audible pedestrian signals and new traffic signal hardware.
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