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Townships Receive Traffic Signal Grants

Wednesday October 9th, 2019
Twenty-four Pennsylvania municipalities, half of them townships of the second class, received more than $5 million for traffic-signal upgrades from the state’s Green Light-Go program. 
“The safety improvements supported by the Green Light-Go program not only help municipalities relieve congestion and traffic flow, but also help Pennsylvanians move safely and efficiently," Gov. Tom Wolf said. "I’m proud to help our communities improve mobility for Pennsylvanians.”
Green Light-Go grants reimburse municipalities for updates to improve the efficiency and operation of existing traffic signals. Grant funding through the Green Light-Go program may be used for a range of operational improvements, including but not limited to: light-emitting diode (LED) technology installation, traffic signal retiming, developing special event plans, and monitoring traffic signals, as well as upgrading signals to the latest technologies.
PSATS member townships that received funding are:
Chester County
• East Whiteland Township – $195,760 for using automated traffic signal performance measures with upgraded detection at five intersections.
• Schuylkill Township – $64,455 for upgrading vehicle detection at two intersections.
Cumberland County
• Silver Spring Township – $219,436 for replacing a traffic signal on US Route 11.
Lancaster County
• West Lampeter Township – $269,889 for upgrading vehicle detection at six intersections, signal retiming, signal head upgrades, and left turn phase evaluation.
Lebanon County
• Union Township – $187,572 for traffic signal retiming, vehicle detection upgrades, and controller replacement to provide monitoring and communications technology at three intersections.
Mercer County
• Hempfield Township – $44,292 for upgrading pedestrian signals and developing optimized traffic signal timings.
Montgomery County
• Lower Providence Township – $342,025 for use of automated traffic signal performance measures with fiber-optic communication, controller upgrades, and detection upgrades at three intersections.
• Montgomery Township – $400,206 for modernization of four traffic signals.
Susquehanna County
• Choconut Township – $7,193.20 for upgrading vehicle detection at an intersection.
Union County
• Kelly Township – $263,094 for traffic signal retiming, controller upgrades, and communication at seven intersections along US Route 15.
York County
• Fairview Township – $30,990 for upgrading three traffic signal controllers.
• Manchester Township – $269,889 for upgrading vehicle detection at three intersections, controller replacements, and signal head upgrades.