The best and worst spots for hot spots in Pennsylvania, according to data provided by a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation analysis.
The data is from the American Community Survey and was compiled by the Pennsylvania Department for Transportation.
The data covers a range of things including weather, traffic, and pollution.
It also covers the cost of living, commute times, pollution, and weather.
“The report is very important for the governor to be able to know how Pennsylvania is doing,” said Joe Caspi, the director of the Pennsylvania Transportation Commission.
He said that data is “a big part of his decisions” as governor.
Caspi added that the report also shows that people in the Northeast and West are the most impacted by air pollution.
The report also offers a look at how transportation is impacted by different types of air pollution, like carbon monoxide and ozone.
The data shows that while people in cities have been affected by air pollutants, the most heavily impacted are in rural areas.
In addition, the data shows the most air pollution in the South is coming from rural areas, but the most pollution is coming in cities.