At the moment, it appears that unless PennDOT can work with legislators and the State Treasurer to find a funding solution, it will shut down nearly 400 bridge and highway projects across the Commonwealth.

PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian told Senate and House Transportation Committee members that a revenue shortfall caused by the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated an already shaky financial situation. She estimated the pandemic has cost the construction program between $500 million and $600 million as fuel tax revenue plunged.

Legislative leaders say there are no plans to call lawmakers back to Harrisburg before the legislative session ends on Nov. 30, but, that there are potential ways out of the disastrous shutdown of projects.

This link includes a searchable database that lists the construction projects that are to be shut down.