Transportation Project Examples

Read more about successful transportation projects made possible by GMS's funding strategies.

Project:
Sixth Street Extension

Client:
Warwick Township

Funding Sources:
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; Commonwealth Financing Authority

Total Grant Funding Secured: $3,400,000

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Sixth Street Extension

Warwick Township engaged in a collaborative public-private partnership with Lititz Borough, Moravian Manor, Lititz Reserve, and the Lancaster Evangelical Free Church to advance an inter-municipal, multimodal transportation project known as the Sixth Street Extension. 

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Project:
North Chambersburg Improvements Project Phase 1 & II

Client:
Chambersburg Health Services & Greene Township

Funding Sources:
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; Commonwealth Financing Authority

Total Grant Funding Secured: $3,478,061 

North Chambersburg Improvements Project

Traffic flows more efficiently and business is booming in and around the Norland Avenue commercial/retail corridor in Chambersburg as a direct result of the North Chambersburg Improvements Project Phase I & II in Franklin County. 

Project:
Ephrata Crossing

Client:
Property Investing & Management, Inc.

Funding Sources:
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; Governor’s Office of the Budget

Total Grant Funding Secured: $2,700,000

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Ephrata Crossing

The greater Ephrata area in Lancaster County is experiencing the benefit of reduced traffic congestion, increased efficiency, and economic development thanks to transportation infrastructure improvements and site work to support a mixed-use development known as Ephrata Crossing.

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Project:
Rhodes Drive BMP Implementation and Road Construction 

Client:
Borough of Chambersburg

Funding Sources:
Chesapeake Bay Trust; Commonwealth Financing Authority; Franklin County 

Total Grant Funding Secured:
$423,114

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Rhodes Drive

As a result of various local, state, federal, and private interest and investments, Rhodes Drive has received the notable designation as the Borough of Chambersburg’s first “Green Street.”