Cranberry Eagle: SPC hosting virtual meeting on county infrastructure projects

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission is hosting a virtual meeting from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, to gather public opinion on the county’s long-term transportation and infrastructure needs.

In June 2019, the commission adopted the region’s long-range transportation plan called “SmartMoves for a Changing Region,” which includes more than $35 billion in regional transportation projects for the next 25 years. Tuesday’s meeting is part of the its effort to periodically update the plan.

Access to the meeting is available at People who are not able to attend the meeting can submit comments until June 9, the end of the public comment period, by email at, by fax at 412-391-9160, or mail comments to Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission’s address at PO Box 101429, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

The commission is the area’s designated metropolitan planning organization, and works closely with 10 counties in Southwestern Pennsylvania, including Butler County.

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