Cranberry was the first municipality in Pennsylvania to have developers pay for their impact on traffic and roads.
That Transportation Impact Fee Program and corresponding Transportation Capital Improvements Plan will get a slight refresh in the coming months.
At the May 24 meeting, Supervisors voted to re-establish the Impact Fee Advisory Committee. They will develop an updated Transportation Capital Improvements program to later be considered by the Board.
The update is necessary due to the completion of many of the projects in the existing plan, as well as updates to the project cost estimates that were prepared in 2014.
The Committee last met in 2015.