Senator Santarsiero, Representative Warren Announce $573,689 Awarded in State Funds for Yardley Borough Sidewalk Improvements 

BUCKS COUNTY – November 19, 2021 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representative Perry Warren (D-31) announced today the award of $573,689 for Yardley Borough to continue sidewalk upgrades as part of a multi-phase improvement project.

“Yardley Borough is thriving, with bustling restaurants and shops,” said Sen. Santarsiero.   “This project will help expand access to Main Street, connecting residents and visitors to dozens of small businesses and eateries.”

The award is a state Multimodal Transportation Fund grant through the Commonwealth Financing Authority, which will be used to provide connection between North Main Street and Dolington Road and the borough’s sidewalk network east of Afton Road.

“The North Main Street sidewalk project enhances pedestrian safety and is an economic boon to downtown Yardley,” said Rep. Warren. “This grant will almost fully fund Phase III of the sidewalk project and will help residents and visitors more safely experience all Yardley has to offer.”

Yardley Borough Council President David Bria echoed support for the grant, saying “The CFA Multimodal Grant enables Yardley to complete phase three of the North Main Street sidewalk. This long-awaited project represents a major investment in Yardley Borough’s pedestrian infrastructure.”

Sen. Santarsiero has helped secure state funds for the first and second phases of the North Main Street sidewalk project for Yardley Borough.

“Each phase of Yardley Borough’s North Main Street project has improved pedestrian safety and access. I have proudly supported this project since its inception and look forward to seeing this project finally completed,” Sen. Santarsiero said.

For more information about the Commonwealth Financing Authority and Multimodal Transportation Fund grants visit the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development website.


Senator Santarsiero Announces $2 Million in State Funding for Local Infrastructure Projects  

HARRISBURG, PA − March 26, 2019  − Pennsylvania Senator Steve Santarsiero, D-Bucks, announced the funding approval of five new projects in the 10th Senate District through the Commonwealth Financing Authority’s Multimodal Transportation Fund (MTF). Totaling over $2.1 million in funding, the projects aim to improve Bucks County’s infrastructure and provide safer, more dependable transportation. 

The projects and their funding totals are as followed:   

  • Green Street Improvements, Silverdale Borough: $147,444
  • Bridge Street Pedestrian Improvements, New Hope Borough: $92,980
  • University Village, Borough of New Britain: $600,000
  • Pedestrian Safety Improvements, Delaware Valley University: $1,011,826
  • 2015 MTF, Borough of Perkasie: $283,171 

“Infrastructure investment is key to creating vibrant communities and promoting economic growth,” Sen. Santarsiero said. “As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, I will continue to support municipalities through key infrastructure investments like these projects.”   

The MTF, established by Act 89 of 2013, funds several types of improvement projects, including roads, walking and bike trails, railways, traffic safety, public transportation, and air transport. As a State Representative, Sen. Santarsiero voted for Act 89, which helped provide revenue for the MTF. 




Senator Santarsiero and Representative Ullman Announce Infrastructure Investments for Plumstead Township

BUCKS COUNTY − February 1, 2019 − State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and State Representative Wendy Ullman (D-143) announced today infrastructure investments for Plumstead Township. The $607,175 in funds will improve essential pedestrian safety such as sidewalks, ADA-compliant features, and signalization at the intersection of Stump Road and Route 611 (Easton Road).

“Infrastructure investments keep communities like Plumstead safe and economically competitive,” Sen. Santarsiero said. “In Harrisburg, I’ll continue to prioritize infrastructure projects that provide the most local benefit.”    

“Families and businesses in Plumstead welcome key investments like this,” Rep. Ullman said. “Connecting and improving our communities through investing in infrastructure is one of my top priorities as a legislator.”

The Plumstead project was fully funded through the commonwealth’s Multimodal Transportation Fund. As a State Representative, Sen. Santarsiero voted for act 89, which helped provide remedies revenue for the Multimodal Transportation Fund.

The 10th Senatorial District includes: Bedminster Township, Buckingham Township, Chalfont, Doylestown, Doylestown Township, Dublin, East Rockhill Township, Falls Township, Haycock Township, Hilltown Township, Lower Makefield Township, Morrisville, New Britain, New Britain Township, New Hope, Newtown, Newtown Township, Perkasie, Plumstead Township, Sellersville, Silverdale, Solebury Township, Telford, Tullytown, Upper Makefield Township, West Rockhill Township, and Yardley.

The 143rd Legislative District includes:  Bedminster Township, Bridgeton Township, Buckingham Township, Doylestown, Doylestown Township, Durham Township, Haycock Township, Nockamixon Township, Plumstead Township, Riegelsville, and Tinicum Township.

Sen. Santarsiero has district offices in Doylestown and Newtown and can be reached via email at Visit the district website at

Representative Ullman has a district office in Doylestown and can be reached at