Three Erie County communities will get a portion of $598,743 for traffic signal improvements.

The City of Erie was awarded $255,688 for the complete modernization of the traffic light at East 10th and Holland St.

Albion Borough will receive $223,055 to replace the traffic signal at State Street (U.S. Route 6N) and Main Street (State Route 18).

Union City is getting $120,000 for corridor improvements to three traffic signals along Main Street (U.S. Route 6). The upgrades include pedestrian countdown signals and LED traffic lights.

More than $31 million is being distributed to 70 municipalities in Pennsylvania to support traffic light upgrades and increase safety and mobility in communities.