After more than a year of discussion, the state has a transportation plan in place.
A $2.3 billion plan to fund roads, bridges, mass transit, airports, waterways, bike paths and more has passed the state House and heads to the governor’s desk.
Gov. Tom Corbett is hailing passage of new transportation bill, saying he perceived an urgent need to fix roads and bridges after he took office three years ago.
The Republican spoke Thursday shortly after legislative approval of a law to pump billions into transportation infrastructure and mass transit.