State greenlights $48 million in transportation infrastructure projects

By: Deb Erdley

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Financing Authority on Wednesday approved more than $48 million for 116 new multi-modal transportation infrastructure projects in 45 counties, including a dozen in Allegheny, Armstrong and Westmoreland counties.

The authority approved two Alle-Kiski Valley projects, including a $200,000 Rankin Street revitalization project in Arnold and $375,000 for the Complete Street project in New Kensington. Also approved was a $335,000 joint project between Kittanning and West Kittanning in Armstrong County.

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