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.

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January274:30 PM

Southwestern PA Commission

SPC South Meeting Room – Two Chatham Center, Suite 400 - 112 Washington Pl #500, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219

January273:00 PM

Corporation Board of Directors/Commission Executive Committee

SPC South Meeting Room – Two Chatham Center, Suite 400 - 112 Washington Pl #500, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219

January271:30 PM

Regional Policy Advisory Committee (CANCELLED)

SPC South Meeting Room – Two Chatham Center, Suite 400 - 112 Washington Pl #500, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219

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Project Spotlight

What’s Happening at SPC

​Farm Vitality Planning Grant

Jan 14, 2020

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the Farm Vitality Grant Program. This program provides reimbursement grants for a variety of business planning services. $1 million is available and all farmers and prospective farmers are eligible! Learn

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Final Report for Multimodal Corridor Study Released

Jan 03, 2020

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) initiated this planning study to explore existing multimodal transportation needs, future trends, and potential improvement strategies along the State Route (SR) 885 and Second Avenue corridor in the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. Specifically, the

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Pittsburgh, Allegheny County could make historic turn in next census

Dec 20, 2019

With the official 2020 Census count starting in just four months, new population estimates for Pittsburgh and Allegheny County indicate that the official count may show the region truly has turned a corner. Figures from the Census Bureau’s 2018 American

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