The House Transportation Committee will hold a public hearing on Pennsylvania’s transportation funding crisis on Friday, June 18 at 11 a.m. at Gateway High School in Monroeville.
This hearing is one of seven scheduled throughout Pennsylvania and will focus on transportation issues in Allegheny, Beaver, Lawrence, Westmoreland, Washington, Greene and Fayette counties (PennDOT districts 11 and 12).
House Transportation Committee chairmen Rep. Joseph F. Markosek, D-25, and Rep. Richard A. Geist, R-79, are holding the hearings to provide a public forum for discussing Pennsylvania’s funding crisis and to collect feedback on ways to develop sustainable funding solutions for public transit, highways and bridges.
To register to testify at the hearing, call or email Amanda Wolfe at Rep. Markosek’s office at 717-783-1012 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact information and, if applicable, your title and the organization you represent.
It is requested that testimony also be submitted in writing by noon on June 15, 2010 to ensure that it is included in the official hearing transcript.
Those who require additional preparation time may bring 50 copies of testimonial materials to the hearing.
Equipment for PowerPoint presentations will be available at the hearing – please specify in your registration if you plan to provide a presentation. PowerPoint documents should also be emailed prior to the hearing.
Those who are unable to attend the hearing may still submit testimony for the public record. Testimony may be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to Amanda Wolfe at the following address:
Hon. Joseph F. Markosek
314 Irvis Office Building
PO Box 202025
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2025
For information on transit to the hearing, please use our Trip Planner, or for paratransit service call ACCESS at 412-562-5353.
For more details on the hearing, please call or email Amanda Wolfe at Rep. Markosek’s office at 717-783-1012 or firstname.lastname@example.org.