Limerick Township supervisors agreed Tuesday to seek bids for the proposed construction of new a U.S. Route 422 westbound on-ramp at its Sanatoga interchange. The project has been 10 years in the making.
With concrete patching, paving, pavement sealing, and travel systems installation, traffic on U.S. Route 422 will again endure single-lane closures Monday until Saturday in Limerick and Lower Pottsgrove.
Rupert Road is one of four in Lower Pottsgrove where traffic speeds are rising, particularly among commuters hurrying to enter or exit at U.S. Route 422. Slow down; consequences ahead.
Rail service provider Amtrak and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation are working to make it easier for train passengers on the New York-to-Harrisburg route to bring their bicycles.
PennDOT contractor H&K Group Inc. is continuing its work to improve U.S. Route 422 between Limerick and Sanatoga. That requires lane closures there during the next seven days for several activities.
Day- and night-time closures are expected weekdays in both directions on U.S. Route 422 from Armand Hammer Boulevard to Sanatoga beginning Tuesday and continuing through Sept. 25.
A just-released PennDOT study includes the Zieglerville roundabout that opened at Routes 29 and 73 during 2009 among 22 that have proven effective in reducing traffic crashes and fatalities.
Concrete patching and the installation of intelligent transportation systems conduit will keep contractor crews busy during overnight and daytime hours this week on westbound U.S. Route 422.