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Philadelphia receives $19.3M for safety projects

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) recently awarded Philadelphia $19.3 million in Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) funding for seven safety projects.

The ASE pilot program was created in 2018. Gov. Josh Shapiro made it permanent in January.

The Philadelphia Parking Authority installed automated speed enforcement at eight locations where speeding had been an issue. Fine revenues from the ASE program funds PennDOT’s Transportation Enhancement Grants Program.

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