Kulik: More than $573,000 in state funding for traffic signal improvements

CORAOPOLIS, July 13 – State Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, announced a total of $573,305 in grant funding for traffic signal improvements in Neville Township and Scott Township.

“The investments in these communities will help ensure safety for both drivers and pedestrians,” said Kulik. “I’m proud to have helped secure funding for upgrades that will help to improve traffic flow and access for residents and visitors.”

The grants were awarded to the following projects:

  • $278,058 to Neville Township for upgrades to the traffic signal at Grand Avenue and Gibson Lane.
  • $295,247 to Scott Township for replacement of the traffic signal at Cochran Road and Robinwood Drive.

Neville Township and Scott Township were among 70 municipalities across the state that received over $37.8 million for traffic signal upgrades through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s “Green Light-Go” program. The funding cam be used on existing traffic signals to install LED technology, perform operations such as retiming or monitoring traffic signals, as well as upgrading traffic signals to the latest technologies.

More information on the Green Light-Go program is available here: https://www.penndot.pa.gov/TravelInPA/TrafficSignalsManagement/Pages/default.aspx