The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is working again next week (April 2-6) to save your vehicle's tires by patching potholes and fixing roads. Crews are headed for Pottstown, Upper Pottsgrove, New Hanover, and Collegeville.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is working again next week (April 2-6) to save your vehicle's tires by patching potholes and fixing roads.
Work crews on U.S. Route 422 West between Collegeville and Royersford will make guide rail repairs over a 3-hour period Tuesday.
Closing Plank and Seitz roads through June and September, respectively, will allow the state to conduct excavation, stormwater and resurfacing operations.
Work to rebuild the shoulders on U.S. Route 422 East between Keim Street and Armand Hammer Boulevard will cause lane restrictions late next week.
KING OF PRUSSIA PA – Western Montgomery County residents are likely to see several Pennsylvania Department of Transportation maintenance and contractor crews working throughout the week (through Friday, March 30, 2018) on local portions of state roads. Their goal: to repair more than 60
Pipe installations at the eastbound U.S. Route 422 ramp at Grosstown Road in Stowe will require its overnight closure Wednesday, PennDOT said.
State road crews will be out in Montgomery County to work on five area highway trouble spots ... places where the pothole problem has gotten out of hand. They include Collegeville, Schwenksville, Lower and Upper Frederick, and Skippack.