Here's how the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission voted Monday night on $45 million in emergency funding to avert transit cuts in Allegheny County. The funding was approved 27-22.
Had it been rejected, the Port Authority would have cut service by 35 percent in March. Many of the commission members are county commissioners or other elected officials. Some are non-elected government appointees.
Allegheny County: Yes from Dan Onorato, Lynn Heckman, Bob Macey, David Miller and Mark Schneider.
Armstrong County: No from Patricia Kirkpatrick, James Scahill. Yes from Richard Fink.
Beaver County: No from Charles Camp. Yes from Joe Spanik and Kelly Shroads.
Butler County: No from David Johnston, James Kennedy, James Lokhaiser, A. Dale Pinkerton and Jack Cohen.
Fayette County: No from A.J. Boni, Robert Shiffbauer and William Piper.
Greene County: Yes from Pam Snyder, Archie Trader, Shirl Barnhart, Kevin Gray and Robbie Matesic.
Indiana County: No from Rodney Ruddock, David Frick, Patricia Evanko, Dana Henry and Byron Stauffer.
Lawrence County: No from James Gagliano.
Washington County: Yes from Bracken Burns, Anthony Spossey, Michael Silvestri and Norma Wintermyer.
Westmoreland County: No from Tom Balya, Ted Kopas, Karl Eisaman, Tom Ceraso and Terry Daughenbaugh.
City of Pittsburgh: Yes from Luke Ravenstahl, Yarone Zober, William Peduto, Rob Stephany and Jake Wheatley.
PennDOT: Yes from James Ritzman and Dan Cessna.
Governor's office: Yes from John Paul Jones.
State Department of Community and Economic Development: Yes from Frank Horrigan.
Port Authority: Yes from Steve Bland.