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!

Event Calendar

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October232:00 PM

Regional Policy Advisory Committee

The Terminal - 42 21st Street, Suite 101, Pittsburgh, PA, 15222

October234:00 PM

Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission

The Terminal - 42 21st Street, Suite 101, Pittsburgh, PA, 15222

Upcoming Events Meeting Minutes

Project Spotlight

What’s Happening at SPC

Observer-Reporter: Commissioners expected to approve $1.6M contract with Washington Co. Chamber

Sep 21, 2023

The Washington County commissioners are expected to approve what could ultimately amount to an 11-year contract that pays a total of $1.6 million to the county’s Chamber of Commerce to promote economic development, although not everyone is on board with

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PA Environmental Digest: PennDOT To Hold 6 Regional Outreach Sessions On Electric Vehicle Charging And How EVs Can Best Fit In Your Community

Sep 20, 2023

PennDOT wants to hear from you on your community and business needs for electric vehicle charging as part of the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program. They have scheduled a series of six regional outreach sessions so communities and businesses can

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: People on the Move

Sep 17, 2023

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission hired Caitlin O’Connor as director of public relations and communication initiatives, and DJ Ryan as director of strategic initiatives and policy. View the full article at