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Pa. transportation still hindered

November 20, 2013

Photo by Joseph Bell Eric Bridges, center, speaks Wednesday alongside June Sorg, serving as secretary and treasurer for the executive committee, and Dan Freeburg, first vice chair.

Despite the recent passage by Pennsylvania House and Senate leaders of a major transportation spending proposal for the state, in the immediate aftermath local planning officials are still feeling the squeeze.
"I'm just happy that a decision was made to invest in transportation in the future because without it I dread what could have happened-- and could still happen-- because we would've been hard pressed to get through the next few months managing through this," said Amy Kessler, Director of Community Development and Regional Planning at North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission.

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