Pennsylvania's new transportation plan will allow the Department of Transportation to distribute $345 million in liquid fuels payments to municipalities on March 3, and York County municipalities will see an increase.

The state pays the money to municipalities every year to help maintain roads and bridges. York County municipalities will get about $11.9 million this year, an increase of about $869,000 over last year. The increase translates to more than $10,000 in most municipalities.