HARRISBURG (AP) – The Wolf Administration has picked a consortium of companies to manage construction on up to nine major interstate bridges, upgrades that are to be paid for by tolls. PennDOT selected the group from among three finalists, but also said that it hasn’t decided which of the nine bridges to toll. The winning application includes three international firms, including U.S.-based subsidiaries of Israel-based Shikun & Binui, a development subsidiary of Australia-based Macquarie Group, and Spanish construction firm FCC Construccion. It also includes four other firms that have U.S.-based parent companies with a headquarters in PA. Construction is expected to begin in 2023 or 2024.