Want to learn about suggested improvements to make High Street in Pottstown more traffic efficient, economically viable, and beautiful? Sign up for afternoon or evening meetings scheduled for May 27.
Freight centers serving the greater Philadelphia region need protection and enhanced access, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission says in a new report.
The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission acknowledged Tuesday it could not, and would not try, to go further with its proposal to toll U.S. Route 422. There was just too much public and political opposition, its executive director said.
The public can take charge, for a night at least, in guiding where the local economy is headed. Offer comments about growing commerce in and attracting business to greater Pottstown during a Sept. 8 meeting at Pottstown High School.
A discussion of a proposal to turn U.S. Route 422 into a toll road, followed by a question-and-answer period, will be held July 13 in Malvern. Reserve a seat to attend.
Travel between proposed tolling points on U.S. Route 422 would continue to be free for local commuters, if the plan ever gets approved, a regional official told planners Wednesday in Pottstown.
Proponents of a plan to establish electronic tolls on U.S. Route 422, through Limerick, Lower Pottsgrove and Pottstown, appeared to make headway Monday with a 42-member state commission.
Pottstown wants to attract more business to its tax base. So does neighboring Lower Pottsgrove Township, and other municipalities. A new study could determine how, if at all, every entity can win.