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Internet, transit, natural gas, oh my: Rank Pa.’s infrastructure priorities

Our Grow PA project has a question for you: What should Pennsylvania's top priority be?

What are Pa.'s most pressing infrastructure needs? (Photo by Flickr user Roy Luck, used under a Creative Commons license)

This story is part of Grow PA, a reported series on economic development across 10 Pennsylvania counties underwritten by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia. Sign up for our weekly curated email here.

As part of our ongoing Grow PA series with the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, we’re looking to help Pennsylvanians put together an agenda for economic growth before the 2018 elections.

We’re doing that through weekly news and an event in Harrisburg in November. But we’ll also be getting a gauge on what you think the Commonwealth’s priorities should be in growing three of Pennsylvania’s strongest sectors — health, post-secondary education and infrastructure — through surveys created by the Chamber.

The first survey, on infrastructure, is live now. The two-minute survey asks participants to to rank six priorities including high-speed fiber networks, utilities regulations, natural gas, autonomous vehicles and more.

Take the survey

Want more #GrowPA content? Sign up for our weekly curated newsletter here, and stay tuned for the next two surveys in the coming weeks.


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