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October 20, 2013

State road plan: winners and losers

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HARRISBURG — 9. 103rd District – Patty Kim, D-Dauphin

No new money: $124 million

Corbett’s plan: $416 million

Senate plan: $25.5 million

Total new money: $441.5 million

10. 104th District – Susan Helm, R-Dauphin

No new money: $112 million

Corbett’s plan: $418 million

Senate plan: $16 million

Total new money: $434 million

 

Nothing to lose



Legislative districts that stand to gain the least according to PennDOT's proposed use of transportation dollars.

1. 201st District – Stephen Kinsey, D-Philadelphia

No new money: $0

Corbett’s plan: $3 million

Senate plan: $0

Total new money: $3 million

2. 141st District – Tina Davis, D-Bucks

No new money: $51 million

Corbett’s plan: $6 million

Senate plan: $0

Total new money: $6 million

3. 184th District – William Keller, D-Philadelphia

No new money: $18 million

Corbett’s plan: $2 million

Senate plan: $6 million

Total new money: $8 million

4. 88th District – Sheryl Delozier, R-Cumberland

No new money: $61 million

Corbett’s plan: $7 million

Senate plan: $1.5 million

Total new money: $8.5 million

5. 185th District – Marie Donatucci, D-Philadelphia

No new money: $44 million

Corbett’s plan: $8 million

Senate plan: $2.5 million

Total new money: $10.5 million

6. 196th District – Seth Grove, R-York

No new money: $66 million

Corbett’s plan: $14 million

Senate plan: $0

Total new money: $14 million

7. 203rd District – Dwight Evans, D-Philadelphia

No new money: $5 million

Corbett’s plan: $16 million

Senate plan: $0

Total new money: $16 million

8. 71st District – Bryan Barbin, D-Cambria

No new money: $77 million

Corbett’s plan: $17 million

Senate plan: $0

Total new money: $17 million

 

9. 162nd District –Nicholas Miccarelli, R-Delaware

No new money: $52 million

Corbett’s plan: $18 million

Senate plan: $0

Total new money: $18 million

10. 79th District – John McGinnis, R-Blair

No new money: $49 million

Corbett’s plan: $16 million

Senate plan: $3 million

Total new money: $19 million

(Source: Pennsylvania

Department of Transportation)

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