Franklin County receives grant to improve traffic system

Gov. Tom Wolf announces new roadway Improvements

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Under the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Green Light Go program, counties throughout the state will receive funding to purchase warning lights on major roadways.
 
In order to improve the flow of traffic, both the Greencastle-Antrim School District and the Borough of Greencastle will receive $43,677 to install rectangular rapid flashing beacon systems. The systems will be installed on Baltimore Street at Linden Avenue and on Allison Street.
 
According to a previous announcement by Gov. Tom Wolf, Fannett Township will also receive over $57,000 to install solar-powered flashing warning devices.
 
In total, 94 municipalities in the State of Pennsylvania will receive funds for upgrading their traffic signals.

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