Thursday, July 30, 2015

PennDOT seeks public's help in spending priorities

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Rock Hoffman watches an array of monitors at the PennDot Transportation Management Center in King of Prussia. (PATRICK McPEAK / Staff Photographer)
Rock Hoffman watches an array of monitors at the PennDot Transportation Management Center in King of Prussia. (PATRICK McPEAK / Staff Photographer)

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation wants to hear about your transportation priorities.

In an on-line survey, PennDOT is gathering public preferences on how to spend transportation funds.

The survey is at www.PAOnTrack.com and will be available until May 30. The responses will help guide PennDOT in its long-range planning, said PennDOT secretary Barry J. Schoch.

- Paul Nussbaum

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