Pennsylvania ranks among the worst states in the country for infrastructure



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8 comments

  1. This just goes to show how badly the state of PA is ran. I am leaving this state ASAP. There is a lack of effort to fix any sort of problem whatsoever. They have done nothing to fix the roads problems, economic problems and education problems. There is no drive to encourage any economic growth whatsoever and the state government is always locked in a standstill.

  2. Annual Gap of $9B. $11B over 5 years… "eases that gap".
    I'm all for infrastructure – just RAISE THE GAS TAX. A BIPARTISAN Commission found the Federal Gas Tax was AT LEAST 50 CENTS TOO LOW… My state finally raised gas taxes and roads improving. PA can do the same.
    People are STUPID and would rather pay $600 extra in car maintainance vs $600 extra for gas taxes LOL

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