Westbound traffic on U.S. Route 422
LIMERICK PA – A discussion of the Sanatoga Green mixed-use residential and commercial development project proposed for Evergreen Road, and about land use and traffic growth at the Sanatoga interchange of U.S. Route 422, will be among topics on the agenda for a meeting of the U.S. 422 Coalition scheduled to be held Dec. 5 (2016; Monday) from 2-3 p.m. in the Limerick Township municipal building, 646 W. Ridge Pike.
Limerick Manager Dan Kerr, and Lower Pottsgrove Township Manager Ed Wagner, will lead that segment.
- This event has been added to The Post Publications calendar.
The coalition is described by organizers as “a forum in which the business community, and municipal, county, and state officials can cooperatively address and seek a resolution of traffic-related problems” affecting the 422 corridor. It goals are to enhance mobility and safety, reduce congestion and pollution, promote “the area’s orderly growth, sustain its quality of life, and ensure its continued economic vitality,” they added.
Also on the agenda, coalition members are scheduled to hear about:
- Updates to U.S. 422 from Brian Early, Valley Forge Area project manager for PennDOT;
- A low-stress bicycling network project being conducted by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, from commission Transportation Planner Sarah Moran; and
- Roadway improvements in Valley Forge National Historical Park, from Deirdre Gibson, its chief of planning and resource management.
For more information about the meeting, call Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management in King of Prussia at 610-354-8899.
Photo by Stephanie Taylor