‘The goal is to act now’: state officials detail Pa.’s 2021 Climate Action Plan

BY: - September 22, 2021

The plan builds on six areas of impact noted in the 2021 Climate Change Impacts Assessment


Fewer drivers, but more Pa. traffic deaths in 2020. Why? | Wednesday Morning Coffee

BY: - April 21, 2021

Even with the increase, the 2020 tally is the second-lowest on record, and comes as overall traffic fatalities continue to trend downward, officials said.


Older drivers and Public Safety: Preserve their independence by improving public transit | Ray E. Landis

BY: - April 15, 2021

Senior-friendly ride-sharing services, more neighborhood amenities, the potential for driverless cars – all offer alternatives that can help Pennsylvania’s growing older population avoid isolation.


About those PennDOT bridge tolls | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - February 27, 2021

PennDOT wants to toll nine bridges across Pa. to pay for repairs. Lawmakers were not thrilled at the news.

DEP announces new funding to expand Pa.’s electric vehicle infrastructure

BY: - February 20, 2021

As of November 2020, there were more than 29,000 electric vehicles registered in Pennsylvania, according to the DEP’s Electric Vehicle Roadmap.


New Pa. law provides free photo ID to people experiencing homelessness | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - February 16, 2021

A lack of funds is one of the biggest barriers to getting an ID. A new law seeks to remove it.