As part of the region’s Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) that the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) manages, the organization is hosting a public meeting Thursday, Nov. 2, for Westmoreland County residents.
The meeting is scheduled for 2-4 p.m. in the board of commissioners meeting room inside the Westmoreland County Courthouse, 2 N. Main St., Greensburg. SPC staff members, county officials, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) officials and area stakeholders will be in attendance.
According to information provided Tuesday by the SPC, residents attending the meeting will learn about the TIP and have the opportunity to share their thoughts on any local transportation and infrastructure projects they want addressed. The TIP for years 2025-2028 is currently being developed. This meeting serves as an introduction/status update on the TIP before a draft plan is made available for the public’s review/comment period in late spring 2024.
SPC is hosting this meeting in Westmoreland County, and will host other meetings throughout southwestern Pennsylvania in the weeks ahead.
If a member of the public is not able to attend this meeting in-person, but would like to learn more about the TIP (or has questions about transportation planning activities), they are encouraged to:
- send an email to email@example.com
- mail questions/comments to Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission’s address at 42 21st St., Suite 101, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
- call SPC at 412-391-5590
- visit the Get Involved page on the SPC’s website at www.spcregion.org/get-involved/.
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