An Exton-based contractor will continue its work on behalf of PennDOT next week, installing lane delineators for enhanced safety and travel on Route 100 at several local intersections.
Area school districts are among those statewide struggling to keep their bus driver teams fully staffed. A shortage has existed for months, but a new driver recruitment campaign launched Tuesday.
State-owned bridges in Lower Frederick, Perkiomen, Upper Providence, and Schwenksville, and on U.S. Route 422 near Oaks, are scheduled to undergo routine safety inspections next Monday through Friday
Drivers on Route 100 in Pottstown Borough and Douglass (Montgomery) and Upper Pottsgrove townships may find their travel interrupted next week by delineator installations at several intersections.
A week-long project on westbound U.S. Route 422 in Limerick, and overnight work in Lower Pottsgrove, will keep drivers wary and PennDOT crews busy in the period between Monday and July 21.
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.