The Keystone Transportation Funding Coalition is a diverse group of transportation advocates that came together in support of one simple goal: to secure a comprehensive, long-term, multimodal solution to Pennsylvania’s transportation funding needs. Its founder is George Wolff, longtime Harrisburg lobbyist who has worked for decades on various transportation issues.

Membership & Support

Coalition members include the highway construction industry, public transportation agencies, labor unions, farm organizations, AARP, bicycle and pedestrian advocates, land-use advocates, AAA, air and seaport organizations, associations representing local governments, chambers of commerce, travel and tourism organizations, environmental advocates, health care organizations, freight and passenger rail organizations and the trucking industry.

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Our Success

Under the auspices of the Coalition, transportation advocates undertook vigorous, continuing outreach efforts that included elected officials, community leaders, business people and the public at large. In November 2013, after nearly eight years of effort, the Coalition achieved its mission upon passage of Act 89, a bipartisan measure that is being phased in over five years.

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Our Future

The Coalition has remained active. Its members were determined to support legislators who voted for Act 89, and not a single incumbent who voted for the act lost his or her seat as a result of that vote. In recent months, members have subsequently turned their attention toward Washington in an effort to encourage federal lawmakers to do their part.
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Act 89 – Quick Facts

Long Term Transportation Funding Solution

Jobs Created by 2017-18

Additional Investment in State Roads & Bridges ($) by 2017-18

Additional Investment in Local Roads & Bridges ($) by 2017-18

Additional Investment in PA Turnpike Expansion ($) by 2017-18



KTFC Update Vol. 6 Issue 17

The Commonwealth Financing Authority last week approved funding for 112 transportation projects in 36 counties. The awards totaled $59 million, and the money came from the Pennsylvania Multimodal Transportation Fund, which was created in Act 89 of 2013. Unlike the...

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KTFC Update Vol. 6 Issue 16

The long and contentious process of finishing a state budget has finally ended as lawmakers and Governor Wolf agreed to a revenue package to support the spending plan that the General Assembly approved four months ago. The compromise included significant expansion of...

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KTFC Update Vol. 6 Issue 15

We got some positive news this week as Lower Nazareth Township, Northampton County, decided to remain with the Colonial Regional Police Department instead of withdrawing in favor of "free" state police coverage. The Borough of Bath said earlier this year that it plans...

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