States face rising truck traffic, congestion on highways

07/12/2010 | Public Opinion (Chambersburg, Pa.)

Pennsylvania, along with other congested regions in the nation, stands to see growth in truck traffic in coming years. For every two trucks rumbling over Interstate 81 today, another will be added within two decades, according to a report by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. "This report outlines what's at stake if we fail to invest to meet the growing demands on our transportation infrastructure," said Gov. Edward Rendell. "This includes the roads, rails, and seaports we need to move raw materials and goods to market and keep our economy globally competitive."

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