Florida's Future and its Super Region

If you build it, will they come? When it comes to Florida the answer is absolutely.

With a population approaching 20 million, the state’s ever-evolving transportation infrastructure will eventually connect new growth corridors across the state and the Super Region, the swath of the state from Tampa Bay to Orlando and east to the Space Coast. But what will this look like?

Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO Christina Cassotis said there's opportunity to attract more direct flights at Pittsburgh International Airport, but community support is key in getting new routes and retaining old ones.

“Every single airline has a list of markets it's considering. Our job is to get to the top of that list and to demonstrate that once the airlines get here, they'll be successful. And that's where I'll need the community's help,” Cassotis said during her introductory news conference Tuesday in the Allegheny County Courthouse.

SAI's Pittsburgh Office has been selected by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 10-0 for the Brush Valley #3 Final Design and Construction Consultation. The project is for the full replacement of the structure carrying SR 0056 in Brush Valley Township, Indiana County over Little Brush Creek. The anticipated duration of the agreement is 5 years.


SAI's Pittsburgh Office has been selected as a subconsultant to Gannett Fleming by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Bureau of Design for the Statewide Rapid Bridge Replacement P3 Design Reviews.  This contract will include design reviews, environmental, utilities and other various service reviews for the replacement of approximately 560 geographically dispersed, structurally defici



SAI's overall performance on this project was outstanding.

Dave Layman, PENNDOT, District 10-0
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