Patching Due Across Eight State-Owned Roads
KING OF PRUSSIA PA – Pothole patching brigades from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation expect to spend a portion of next week repairing deteriorated pavement on at least eight state-owned roads in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties, the agency’s District 6 office said Friday (March 8, 2019).
In total, PennDOT said it hopes to work on 95 different roads through five counties. The local list includes:
- U.S. 422 in Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick, and Upper Providence townships;
- Route 29 in Upper Providence;
- Route 663 in New Hanover;
- Township Line Road in Limerick;
- Linfield-Trappe Road in Limerick;
- Route 100 in North Coventry; and
- Route 23 and Pughtown Road in East Vincent.
Crews are anticipated to restrict travel lanes on these highways as they make repairs. Drivers are advised to be alert of their moving operations. Intermittent lane closures and possible slowdowns should be expected when driving near work crews. All activities depend on weather conditions.
Drivers can report potholes and other concerns on state roads directly to PennDOT by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD or visiting its website, here, and clicking on “Submit Roadway Feedback.”
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