HELLERTOWN, Pa. - Hellertown borough received a $126,000 state grant for a transportation project to improve its safety and reduce traffic congestion.
Democratic State Representative Robert Freeman of Northampton County said pedestrian countdown indicators will be installed on Main Street, keeping the road safe for pedestrians and drivers.
He says projects were chosen for the grant based on criteria such as the project's benefits and effectiveness along with cost and local and regional impact.
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