City of Philadelphia receives multiple PennDOT investments for traffic safety projects

The City of Philadelphia has received multiple investments from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to support citywide traffic safety improvements – specifically, $4 million from the Automated Red-Light Enforcement (ARLE) program and $19.3 million from the Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) program.

“We want to thank our team at OTIS for all their work transforming these state investments into traffic safety projects that protect the lives of Philadelphians,” said Mayor Cherelle L. Parker. “And we thank PennDOT for its ongoing investments in Philadelphia. The Automated Red Light Enforcement program funding – which I’ve long championed – will support the City in updating traffic flow and safety, complement our new and ongoing projects, and help to save Philadelphians’ lives. We’re grateful.”

The City’s ARLE funding allocation came as part of the program’s recent round of funding which announced $13 million in total for 39 safety projects across 35 municipalities from around the Commonwealth.

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