State will audit Port Authority finances, more
The state Auditor General's office said Thursday it is auditing the Port Authority of Allegheny County's activities between July 1, 2007, and last Dec. 31.
The office audits the state's second-largest transit agency about once every four years, though the last one was completed in 2007, said office spokeswoman Susan Woods.
The office said it will investigate Port Authority's finances; its governing structure, including the composition of its board of directors; and its operations, including its routes, planning and scheduling. The office did not provide a timetable for completing the audit.
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