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We need to get these projects back online and get Pennsylvanians back to work," said Sen. John Yudichak, (I) 14th District. Sen. Yudichak says if they can't find a more about the author solution, PennDOT needs to stop projects on December 1, not something Grimes wanted to hear. "With the current crisis of no funding, will it get finished is the question?" Grimes said about the 315 intersection. While state legislators try to find a solution to this problem, Grimes sees a desperate need for better planning and maintenance on roads and bridges by the state. "Conditions of bridges, so a driver will tell us that they were delayed because of an emergency bridge repair, emergency deck repaired to a bridge. What that means, I really don't know, but there's a lot of people putting a lot of overtime and working on bridges," Grimes said. "We transport household goods and food. And if you disrupt the supply chain. It will be devastating." PennDOT told Newswatch 16 on Tuesday that it lost $400 million in gas tax revenue because of the pandemic and expects that loss will amount to $600 million by June of 2021.