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October 20, 2013

State road plan: winners and losers

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HARRISBURG —

How Cambria County districts would fare

How much PennDOT proposes to spend on road and bridge construction, if there is no new money approved by the Legislature, if the governor’s $1.8 billion a year is approved and if the Senate’s $2.5 billion a year plan is approved.

71st District – Bryan Barbin, D-Cambria

No new money: $77 million

Corbett’s plan: $17 million

Senate plan: $0

Total new money: $17 million

72nd District – Frank Burns, D-Cambria

No new money: $58 million

Corbett’s plan: $62 million

Senate plan: $2 million

Total new money: $64 million

 73rd District – Gary Haluska, D-Cambria

No new money: $84 million

Corbett’s plan: $67 million

Senate plan: $76 million

Total new money: $143 million

(Source: Pennsylvania Department of Transportation)

Most   to gain



Legislative districts that have the most to gain from PennDOT's plan for spending transportation dollars if the Legislature approves spending additional money on roads and bridges.

1. 106th District – John Payne, R-Dauphin

No new money: $67 million

Corbett’s plan: $941 million

Senate plan: $2 million

Total new money: $943 million

2. 171st District – Kerry Benninghoff, R-Centre

No new money: $61 million

Corbett’s plan: $844 million

Senate plan: $11 million

Total new money: $855 million

 

3. 108th District – Lynda Schlegel-Culver, R-Northumberland

No new money: $121 million

Corbett’s plan: $622 million

Senate plan: $24 million

Total new money: $646 million

4. 158th District – Chris Ross, R-Chester

No new money:  $162 million

Corbett’s plan: $309 million

Senate plan: $277 million

Total new money: $586 million

5. 155th District – Becky Corbin, R-Chester

No new money: $70 million

Corbett’s plan: $305 million

Senate plan: $277 million

Total new money: $582 million

 

6. 160th District – Stephen Barrar, R-Delaware

No new money: $100 million

Corbett’s plan: $230 million

Senate plan: $293 million

Total new money: $523 million

7. 19th District – Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny

No new money: $286 million

Corbett’s plan $140 million

Senate plan: $382 million

Total new money: $522 million

8. 105th District – Ron Marsico, R-Dauphin

No new money: $19 million

Corbett’s plan: $486 million

Senate plan: $2.5 million

Total new money: $488.5 million

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