Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvanians can view ratings of the state's efforts in transportation safety, mobility, system preservation, and accountability in the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) 2021 Transportation Performance Report (TPR), viewable at
The TPR is a biennial report and is developed in a combined effort between the State Transportation Commission (STC), the State Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC), and PennDOT. The report is the first step in the state's transportation program planning process and helps to evaluate the system's performance and opportunities for progress.
"The Transportation Performance Report highlights PennDOT's progress across major aspects of our system including safety, mobility, preservation, accountability, and funding," PennDOT Secretary and State Transportation Commission (STC) Chair Yassmin Gramian said. "We will use this to help develop our next 12-Year program, as well as inform our Statewide Long-Range Transportation Plan and the Freight Movement Plan.
The release of the
2021 TPR also signals the start of the STC's and PennDOT's 2023 12-Year Program Update Public Comment Period. PennDOT conducts a statewide 45-day Public Comment Period every two years to collect public comment on multimodal transportation needs, issues, and concerns. The public feedback collected during the Public Comment Period is used to inform the 12-Year Program and other state and regional transportation plans and programs such as Pennsylvania's Long Range Transportation Plan and the Freight Movement Plan.
The Public Comment Period is open now through Wednesday, April 14. During this time the public will be able to submit feedback by taking a
Transportation Survey, emailing comments to RA-PennDOTSTC@pa.gov, or calling 717-783-2262 from 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM to request a printed copy of the survey, or to complete the survey by telephone.
Online Public Forum is set for Tuesday, March 23, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. The Public Forum will be broadcast statewide via Zoom and Facebook Live and features PennDOT Transportation Secretary Yassmin Gramian.
The public will be able to submit transportation-related questions to PennDOT during the Public Forum. Questions may also be submitted in advance of the Public Forum by filling out the
online registration form or by emailing
RA-PennDOTSTC@pa.gov. The public may also call PennDOT and share their questions to be answered at the Public Forum at 717-783-2262 from 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM.
Additional details on the Public Comment Period, the
Transportation Survey, and the
Online Public Forum are available at
PennDOT will make all reasonable modifications to policies, programs, and documents to ensure that people with disabilities and those with limited English proficiency have an equal opportunity to enjoy all of its programs, services, and activities. In accordance with Governor Tom Wolf's COVID-19 mitigation efforts, the Public Forum will be held online only. Interested individuals who do not have internet access should contact PennDOT at 717-783-2262 to obtain the call-in number for listening-in only.
To request assistance to participate in the survey or Public Forum, please contact PennDOT's Program Center by emailing RA-PennDOTSTC@pa.gov or calling 717-783-2262 from 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM. Requests for Public Forum assistance should be made by Monday, March 15. If you have other questions or challenges, please contact PennDOT's Bureau of Equal Opportunity to request help by emailing
email@example.com or calling 1-800-468-4201; TTY (711).
MEDIA CONTACT: Jan Huzvar,
firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-409-3840