Survey: Tell PennDOT What You Think

2017 Twelve Year Program

Every two years, the Pennsylvania State Transportation Commission and PennDOT update Pennsylvania’s Twelve Year Transportation Program. The open public comment period is March 6 – April 19, 2017. During this period, you have the chance to share feedback by taking the online survey or participating in the Online Public Meeting on March 21, 2017.

In conjunction with PennDOT’s Twelve Year Program update, the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission will use public input submitted to the State Transportation Commission in the development of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program.

2017 Transportation Performance Report

Take the Transportation Survey

When: March 6 – April 19
What: Share your priorities and pinpoint transportation needs in your community
How: Click here to take the survey

Tell PennDOT about the transportation needs that are important to you. Share your opinions, interests and concerns about transportation in your community. Taking the survey will tell PennDOT how you travel, what issues you value, and how gives you the opportunity to set how you’d budget what PennDOT works on.

This is also great opportunity to tell PennDOT about any project that you’d like to see completed, or add support to a project that you know is already underway. Examples of projects could include corridors like requesting bike lanes along Fifth/Forbes for instance, or could include specific missing links, like extending the Millvale Trail to Sharpsburg.

PS: It’s best to take this survey on a computer

Public Meeting

When: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 6:30pm
What: Join Secretary Leslie Richards for an interactive online meeting.
Location: Online! Click here to Register

Join STC Chair and PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards for an interactive online meeting where you will learn what’s new at PennDOT, explore Pennsylvania’s 2017 Transportation Performance Report, and have your questions answered live.

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