How SPC Makes a Difference

Our organization is steadfastly committed to keeping our region connected and moving forward. We work with local, state and federal partners to plan for the continued growth of Southwestern Pennsylvania.

As part of that work, we help counties, cities, municipalities and townships access over an estimated $39 billion in state and federal transportation and economic development funding that has been allocated to the region through 2045.

Together, we are enhancing our region’s competitiveness in the national and global markets.

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June198:30 AM

Juneteenth

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

June242:00 PM

Regional Policy Advisory Committee

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

June243:00 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

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

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What’s Happening at SPC

Indiana Gazette: Coal and power plant communities invited for listening session at KCAC

Jun 12, 2024

The Indiana County Center for Economic Operations, in collaboration with the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission, is inviting the public to a listening session this afternoon with the Interagency Working Group on Coal & Power Plant Communities & Economic Revitalization. The session

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Cranberry Eagle: Long-term transit infrastructure plan in the works

Jun 7, 2024

Road projects totaling more than $186 million in costs are planned in Butler County over the next four years. The development is not designed to prepare for an increase in traffic the region is expecting, but to help manage the

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Butler Eagle: Long-term transit infrastructure plan in the works

Jun 6, 2024

Road projects totaling more than $186 million in costs are planned in Butler County over the next four years. The development is not designed to prepare for an increase in traffic the region is expecting, but to help manage the

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