After observing the Christmas holiday, contractors working on the reconstruction of U.S. Route 422 across Lower Pottsgrove will be back the nights of Dec. 26-30. Expect at least one eastbound lane to be closed then.
Say goodbye to manned toll booths on the Pennsylvania Turnpike within five years. Its commissioners plan to use an electronic tolling system, similar to one discussed last year in the doomed U.S. Route 422 tolling proposal.
A Pottstown resident gets good news during Hurricane Sandy; she doesn't have to come into work. Unfortunately, she was headed to work at the time. Of such life snippets videos are made.
A transportation contractor is building an only-slightly-secret highway to get repair work started on U.S. Route 422 just east of the borough.
The contractor working to renovate bridges and roads on U.S. Route 422 through Lower Pottsgrove is paying its township police department for temporary assistance in traffic calming.
The closure was deemed necessary by first responders because of a fuel leak and the severity of the crash. It was cleared and the highway re-opened about 2-1/4 hours after it occurred.
A public hearing on the proposal by the Upper Pottsgrove Township Board of Commissioners is scheduled for next Monday.
If it's an unidentified object and it flies, you might once have found traces of its existence in Pottstown. Now, you've got to drive (or teleport?) to Langhorne in Bucks County.