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Learn about the commonwealth's plans for services in the coming winter season and how the public can successfully prepare.

Winter maintenance positions are available statewide. Apply today! 


Using alternative road treatments like recycled asphalt paving (RAP), PennDOT has  saved $42 million and completed 604.7 miles of secondary road improvements from 2018 through the end of June 2021.

We're joining the Pennsylvania Department of Education to encourage interested individuals to obtain Commercial Driver's License and help address the bus driver shortage in Pennsylvania.


As part of Act 131,  visually-impaired Pennsylvania residents can now use bioptic telescope lenses to obtain a learner's permit and ultimately earn a driver's license.

PennDOT and the state departments of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), Environmental Protection (DEP), and General Services (DGS) conducted a pilot project to pave part of a Ridley Creek State Park roadway with an asphalt and recycled plastic mixture. The pilot project  was coordinated through PennDOT's Strategic Recycling Program.

‚ÄčOn October 22, Governor Tom Wolf joined the PennDOT, federal, economic, elected, and Coatesville city officials to break ground on the new Coatesville train station.

The project is looking to revitalize the surrounding community with a modern accessible train station and improve connections to the Amtrak Keystone Corridor.

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