Townships Receive Multimodal, Pipeline Grants

The Shapiro-Davis Administration announced the award of more than $105.6 million in grant awards to 244 new projects yesterday that were approved through the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA). The Multimodal Transportation Fund accounted for $104.6 million of these grants, which can be used for a variety of transportation projects. Townships received more than 80 of these grants, including $1.97 million to Penn Township, Westmoreland County for Pleasant Valley Road Reconstruction; $520,000 to Salem Township, Luzerne County, for stormwater improvements along Shickshinny Valley Road, and $373,000 to Silver Springs Township in Cumberland County for New Kingstown Main Street improvements149,384. Click here to view the full list of projects (scroll to the bottom of this file for the “bold” grants awarded 3/26/24).  

In addition, two Pipeline Investment Program grants were awarded to two projects that will install or extend natural gas lines to provide natural gas service in Harford Township, Susquehanna County ($966,782 to Leatherstocking Gas Company) and Sugar Grove Township, Warren County ($34,652).  

Congratulations to the townships that received grants in these rounds! As we announced yesterday, the CFA is accepting applications for the newest round of the Multimodal Transportation Fund grants, which are due July 31. Click here for the press release. Click here to learn more about the Multimodal Transportation Fund grant program. Reminder: local match can be waived upon request. 

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