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Hellertown gets $67K to upgrade traffic signals on Main Street

HELLERTOWN, Pa. - The borough of Hellertown in Northampton County received state funds to improve public safety.

State Sen. Lisa Boscola announced the borough will receive $67,982 to upgrade four traffic signals on Main Street (Route 412).

"This project will improve the safety along the corridor for not only the driving public but also for pedestrians and bicyclists," Boscola said in a press release.

The money comes from the state "Green Light-Go" program which funds state projects to operate and maintain traffic signals on state roads.

Seventy municipalities statewide will receive more than $31 million in funding.


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