***In compliance with safety precautions due to the COVID-19 outbreak issued by Governor Wolf and Allegheny County, SPC employees are now working remotely and continuing all business operations and are available via email. All SPC meetings scheduled are either cancelled or will be held virtually.  Please check back for updates.***

COVID-19 Hospitality Recovery Program (CHIRP) Grants

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Draft 2021 Public Participation Plan

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.

Project Spotlight

What’s Happening at SPC

Development of a Connectivity Roadmap for Southwestern Pennsylvania and Related Consultant Support Services

May 05, 2021

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Corporation, a 501(c)(3) corporation, on behalf of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC), is requesting Technical Proposals for the Development of a Connectivity Roadmap for Southwestern Pennsylvania. SPC is requesting that responding firms or teams also submit a

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PennDOT Shares Draft Transportation Funding Study for Public Review, Comment

Apr 30, 2021

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is hosting an on-demand virtual public meeting and comment period for a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study exploring sustainable transportation funding options. The public meeting is accessible online at all hours of the

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Greene County businesses impacted by COVID-19 to receive funding

Apr 29, 2021

Greene County commissioners recently said funding for 25 different local businesses has been approved through two separate initiatives geared to assist businesses impacted by COVID-19. Commissioner Mike Belding said Monday the businesses applied earlier this year for the Forgivable Advance

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