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Regional Broadband Summit – Feb 16 2023

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How SPC Makes a Difference

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) is committed to keeping our region connected and moving forward. SPC works with local, state and federal partners to plan for the continued growth of SWPA. SPC helps counties, cities, municipalities and townships access more than $35 billion state and federal transportation and economic development funds allocated to the region through 2045. Together, we are enhancing our region’s competitiveness in the national and global markets.

2022 Annual Report Video

A brief animated overview of SPC’s success stories and what’s to come!

2022 Annual Report

Explore an interactive PDF and dig a little deeper into SPC’s accomplishments!

Project Spotlight

What’s Happening at SPC

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Editorial: Expediting the Charles Anderson Bridge project: An infrastructure win for the Gainey administration

Mar 28, 2023

The fate of the Charles Anderson Bridge in Oakland was shaping up to be another embarrassment for the struggling Gainey administration — but Mr. Gainey’s apparent deal with state and federal agencies to accelerate a full rehabilitation of the span,

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McKeesport gets bridge repair funds

Mar 22, 2023

McKeesport was recently approved to receive $500,000 in preliminary engineering funds for repairs to the Versailles Avenue bridge. The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission awarded the funds through its Transportation Improvement Program. The initiative will utilize over $5.6 billion in state, federal and

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WESA: Pittsburgh’s Charles Anderson Bridge to remain closed … but repairs are in the fast lane

Mar 22, 2023

Built in 1939, the Charles Anderson Bridge has been slated for an overhaul for years. The city’s 2016 capital budget allocated $750,000 for preliminary engineering work. In the years that followed, projected allocations and timelines for the project changed repeatedly. Money for

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