PennDOT Repairs Potholes Next Week on Six Local Roads

KING OF PRUSSIA PA – Crews working this week on behalf of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will repair winter-damaged potholes and pavement on portions of six state-owned roads in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties, the department’s District 6 office in King of Prussia reported.

The six are among more than 45 highways being similarly fixed from Monday through Friday (April 18-22, 2022), generally between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. They are:

In Montgomery County, Skippack Pike in Skippack and Perkiomen townships; and
In Chester County, Kimberton Road in East Pikeland Township; Ridge Road in East Vincent and West Vincent townships; Harmonyville Road in Warwick, South Coventry, and North Coventry townships; and Hollow and Sheeder roads in East Coventry, East Vincent, and West Vincent townships.

Crews will restrict travel lanes on the highways to patch deteriorating areas. Drivers are advised to be alert for their moving operations. They should expect intermittent lane closures, and possible slowdowns when traveling near work crews. All activities depend on acceptable weather.

As of Jan. 1, PennDOT said it has used more than 2,500 tons of asphalt to repair potholes across the five-county Philadelphia region.

Found a road you think needs repair? Report it by calling PennDOT at 1-800-349-7623 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or by visiting PennDOT’s website and clicking its “Submit A Roadway Concern” button.

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