That’s where PECO Energy on Monday will begin a roughly eight-week-long utility construction project under a PennDOT highway occupancy permit. Drivers will see flaggers, who will help direct traffic.
North Coventry Township Manager Erica Batdorf has been named to the board of directors of GVF, the region’s transportation management association. She also will serve on its Connected Communities Committee.
The Perkiomen Railroad in its heyday helped grow the borough of Schwenksville into a thriving community. Learn about its role in western Montgomery County history during a Jan. 28 presentation.
Drivers in Green Lane, Trappe, Collegeville, Upper Providence, and North Coventry can anticipate lane closures on local roads as PennDOT workers conduct a variety of construction activities.
Work to repair an embankment damaged during September 2021 by Tropical Storm Ida is scheduled for next Tuesday and Wednesday on Kratz Road in Skippack Township. Flaggers will control traffic flow.
Gone are detour signs, a single lane, flashing red lights, and weight restrictions on traffic traveling Pruss Hill Road in Lower Pottsgrove. Its replacement bridge officially re-opened Wednesday afternoon.
Thanksgiving will retain its title in 2022 as busiest travel holiday of the year in Pennsylvania, officials said Monday. They anticipate 3.5 million travelers will hit the highways. Tuesday and Wednesday (Nov. 22 and 23) will be heaviest.
Pottstown area drivers must deal Monday with periodic lane closures in both directions on Route 100, between its interchanges at King Street and U.S. Route 422. Bridge inspection work is scheduled.