In line with official figures, the Pittsburgh space may deal with federal infrastructure funding – WPXI

PITTSBURGH – The Biden government recently unveiled its $ 2 trillion infrastructure plan in Pittsburgh. Local officials discussed on Friday what federal infrastructure investments could mean for the Pittsburgh region.

Cheryl Moon-Sirianni, PennDOT District 11-0 district manager, said the department will have an unfunded road requirement of $ 418.4 million and an unfunded bridge requirement of $ 550.6 million for the region from 2019-2022 Southwest of Pennsylvania had. She also reported that PennDOT projects will have interstate costs of $ 680 million by 2023.

Moon-Sirianni attended an infrastructure panel discussion Friday morning led by Matt Smith, President of the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce.

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