Water streaming across the hill on North Sanatoga Road in Lower Pottsgrove has been a perpetual problem. PennDOT took steps to solve it Wednesday and Thursday by cleaning out ditches and culverts.
The work will involve signage inspections planned for the area between First Avenue in Valley Forge and U.S. Route 202 in King of Prussia. Right and left lanes in both directions may close periodically.
Here's a real-time article about what's happening locally ahead of the storm. It was last updated at 11:39 a.m.
What gets put on state roads by PennDOT crews, as well as how and when materials are applied, makes a difference in safe driving during winter weather.
Its last day of operations at its current location, 978 E. High St., is Saturday. On Tuesday, it will re-open in a new location further downtown, 377 E. High St. The reason? Better access and more parking.
Work continues on the Route 63 replacement bridge over the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek. It will create lane restrictions beginning Monday through Dec. 18, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Demolition continued Wednesday at the site of the South Pleasant View Road bridge that crosses U.S. Route 422 in Lower Pottsgrove.
Yet another bridge rehabilitation project has been completed by a PennDOT contractor in western Montgomery County. Now open to traffic is the 2nd Avenue bridge over Mingo Creek in Upper Providence.