ONCE SIGNS ARE UP, IT’S THE LAW – Traffic speed along the entire length of Industrial Highway within the borders of Lower Pottsgrove will officially be reduced to 35 miles per hour once signs with the new limit are erected. That shouldn’t take long, township Manager Ed Wagner said, after the Board of Commissioners voted Thursday (Nov. 5, 2015) unanimously and with little comment on the proposal. There also was no public comment. Industrial Highway is a road that, if unregulated by the township, could have a speed limit of 55 … but no longer. The connecting portion of Industrial, as motorists travel west from the township into the borough of Pottstown, has a speed limit of 40, Police Chief Michael Foltz said.
Related (to the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ Nov. 5 meeting):
- Industrial Highway Traffic Speed Lowered To 35
- Report: What Works, Or Doesn’t, In Traffic Here
- Hearing Set Tonight On Highway Speed Limit
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