Thousands of drivers in this area cross county and state lines every day. Plans for work done on the roads that carry them can be trickier.
Road experts face challenges in how they handle projects. Different jurisdictions may have different approvals, money sources, road priorities and schedules.
“We can only spend money in York County,” said Patrick Hamilton, director of the county’s Pennies for Progress program.
Pennies is the one-cent sales tax voters have approved four times since 1997. The money pays for road widening, intersection reconfiguration, and new roads. The most recent Pennies vote, in 2017, added resurfacing.