PennDOT and Governor Tom Wolf announced that four Bucks County municipalities will receive funding to support the costs of upgrading traffic signals under the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s “Green Light-Go” program.
These reimbursement grant awards can be used on existing traffic signals to installing light-emitting diode (LED) technology, performing regional operations such as re-timing, developing special event plans and monitoring traffic signals as well as upgrading traffic signals to the latest technologies.
Following is a list of funding recipients in Bucks County, the amount of state funding, and a brief description of the projects. Note the state funding represents only part of the total project funding:
- Bensalem Township — $501,102 for installation of Adaptive Traffic Signal Equipment and Software along the Hulmeville Road Corridor from Street Road to Bristol Road.
- Bristol Township — $252,184 for Traffic Signal Modernization along State Road at Cedar Avenue.
- Bristol Township — $191,255 for Traffic Signal Modernization along Radcliffe Street at Randall Avenue.
- Bristol Township — $226,194 for Traffic Signal Modernization along Mill Creek Parkway at Haines Road.
- Upper Southampton Township — $1,079,069 for installation of Adaptive Traffic Signal Equipment and Software along the Second Street Pike Corridor.
- Yardley — $212,960 for Intersection Improvements along Main Street at Afton Avenue.