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Helm, Schoch to Discuss Impact of Transportation Funding Act on the 104th District and its Residents
HARRISBURG – In an effort to better inform her constituents about how the recently enacted transportation funding plan will impact the 104th Legislative District, state Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin) is hosting a public meeting with Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Barry Schoch. The event will take place on Tuesday, January 7, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. in the Pincus Room at the Susquehanna Township Municipal Building, 1900 Linglestown Road.

“Act 89 is going to result in hundreds of millions of dollars in highway and bridge improvements for Dauphin County,” said Helm. “These projects will make our roads and bridges safer, create jobs and stimulate the region’s economy. I am pleased to be able to bring Secretary Schoch here to explain exactly how the transportation funding plan will benefit the 104th District and its residents. I encourage the public to attend this special event.”

“Transportation funding will ensure public safety, keep us economically competitive with other states and create jobs, but truly what we’ve done is secure the future for our children and future generations,” Schoch said. “Each community will see the tangible rewards of this effort through safer bridges, smoother roadways, reduced congestion and safety improvements.”

The plan was signed into law by Gov. Tom Corbett on November 25, 2013, and invests an additional $2.4 billion in Pennsylvania’s transportation system by its fifth year, including:

• $1.3 billion annually for state roads and bridges.
• $480 million to $495 million annually for public transportation.
• $237 million annually for local roads and bridges.
• $144 million annually in a multi-modal fund.
• $30 million annually for dirt, gravel and low-volume roadways.
• $86 million annually for Pennsylvania Turnpike expansion projects.

Local government officials have also been invited to attend. 
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Representative Sue Helm
104th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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