A state grant will reimburse East Greenville for a portion of expenses to modernize the traffic signal at Fourth and Main streets. The borough is one of 50 municipalities receiving grants Wednesday.
An unexpected asphalt paving machine malfunction caused a few hours' delay in resurfacing several Lower Pottsgrove streets Tuesday. It's now fixed, and the work is expected to be finished Wednesday.
Repeated storm damage to the bridge in Lower Salford, which carried traffic on Roberts Road across Skippack Creek, caused the structure to be permanently closed. A detour route has been set by PennDOT.
Pipe will be replaced and beams installed periodically Wednesday through July 22 in the areas of U.S. Route 422 near the Park Road and South Pleasant View Road bridge reconstructions. Expect delays.
Regular U.S. Route 422 construction activity will calm down during the Independence Day holiday weekend, but PennDOT crews return Tuesday through Friday next week to restart their work
There's nothing more attractive to local government officials as the lure of "free" money in the form of a state grant. That's what PennDOT is offering again this year, for a total of up to $18 million.
PennDOT crews return to U.S. Route 422 in parts of Limerick and Lower Pottsgrove townships next week. They'll work weekdays from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. on asphalt sealing and installing signs.
Installation of a culvert on Ashenfelter Road, at about its mid-point between Black Rock and Troutman Road, will result in temporarily closing the highway for between one and two months, police said.