Port Authority: Tax Rise In McKees Rocks, Neville Island,For New Light Rail

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The Pittsburgh Light Rail (commonly known as The T) is a 26.2-mile (42.2 km)[1][4] light rail system in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; it functions as a subway in Downtown Pittsburgh and largely as an at-grade light rail service in the suburbs west of the city. The system is largely linear in a north-west direction, with one terminus just north of Pittsburgh's central business district and two termini in the South Hills. The system is owned and operated by the Port Authority of Allegheny County. It will be servicing McKees Rocks, Neville Island and Coraopolis. The cost of the project is to be estimated at 25 million, which the nearby townships will see a tax hike so the northwest T can be built. Mayor John Muhr and Bill peduto sat and discussed the early stages of the light rail building. Mayor Muhr says he hopes it gives residents peace of heart for the cuts of the bus lines to come. Tune in for more updates on this.

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