UPPER DUBLIN, May 12, 2017—Upper Dublin Township has been awarded significant state funding to upgrade traffic signals, according to state Sen. Vincent Hughes.

The $2.2 million in funds will go toward the installation of adaptive traffic signal equipment and software along the West Moreland Road and Easton Road corridors.

“This project will improve both safety and traffic flow along these well-traveled roads in Upper Dublin Township,” said Hughes (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery). “I’m grateful that the state continues to make key investments in transportation infrastructure in our communities.”

The funding was distributed through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s “Green Light-Go” Program. Green Light-Go was established as part of the massive transportation funding plan, Act 89 of 2013.