Public Meetings

There are many opportunities for the public and interested stakeholders to share their thoughts on Pennsylvania transportation with the STC and PennDOT. Your feedback can help prioritize transportation projects throughout the Commonwealth. Please consider participating in one or all of the public meetings listed below:

STC Quarterly Meetings

The State Transportation Commission meets quarterly to discuss transportation issues, share reports and presentations, and provide pertinent updates. Every meeting includes an opportunity for the public to provide comments and share opinions on transportation issues
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Advisory Committee Meetings

Pennsylvania has advisory committees that assist PennDOT and the Secretary of Transportation in planning. Business meetings are periodically held to discuss transportation areas, review reports and presentations, and provide updates. All meetings are open to the public.
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Twelve Year Program Public Meetings

The Twelve Year Program (TYP) is updated every two years. PennDOT holds a biennial online public meeting to share updates, discuss areas of investment, priorities, answer questions and gather feedback from the public on their transportation priorities. The online public meeting for the 2021 TYP was held on March 20, 2019.
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Planning Partners

Pennsylvania has 24 planning regions comprised of both Metropolitan and Rural Planning Organizations (MPOs or RPOs) and one independent county (Wayne County). Each Planning Partner is responsible for managing local transportation planning, project prioritization and decision-making for their respective regions. They also hold meetings that are open to the public and provide opportunities for public input. Meet our Planning Partners and visit their individual websites to attend a local meeting.
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