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PennDot does not consider Parkesburg an active project

Plans for expanded parking, higher platforms, improved waiting areas, and other upgrades at train stations along the 104-mile Keystone Corridor will move forward within the next few years, a Pennsylvania transportation representative said Friday.

Five of the 12 train stations on the Keystone Corridor, which stretches from Harrisburg to Philadelphia, are in Chester County.

“A lot of these stations, nothing has been done with them since my grandfather came home from World War II,” said Jennie Granger, director of aviation at the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

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PennDOT Seeks Public Input through Online Safety Survey (Press Release)

driver behaviorHarrisburg – PennDOT is seeking motorists’ input on highway safety, traffic safety enforcement and driving behaviors through an online survey at www.JustDrivePA.com.

“Our top priority is safety, and it’s valuable to see the public’s opinions on traffic safety laws, their behaviors, and how we communicate with them,” PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch said. “Using this information, we can get a glimpse of whether people are aware of our safety efforts, as well as their perception of consequences for unsafe behaviors.”

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