Almost all of the items have been made public through the planning process in recent years, so there are few surprises. The current proposal calls for spending about $2 billion on public transit, $1.7 billion on roads and bridges and $1.3 billion in intermodal projects, with all of the funding a combination of federal, state and local money.
The proposed plan calls for about the same level of spending as the previous plan, but the money is shifted around slightly. Transit spending is up about $130 million and road and bridge spending will increase about $100 million.
FULL STORY published June 6, 2018 via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette