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PA: East Liberty Transit Center Gets $3M in State Transportation Grants

Pittsburgh's Urban Redevelopment Authority received the biggest chunk of $40 million in multimodal transportation grants announced by state officials Friday: $3 million for improvements related to the East Liberty Transit Center development.
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