Although contractors started later than desired to build a new 422 West exit for traffic at its Sanatoga interchange, they finished ahead of schedule. The ramp will be open well before the Black Friday traffic crush at Philadelphia Premium Outlets.
Firefighting standpipes being installed along U.S. Route 422 are water-moving tools Lower Pottsgrove has wanted for years. The first of three pairs is already completed on South Pleasant View Road.
With 182 state-owned trucks at its disposal, and those of 254 private contractors, PennDOT said Wednesday it's ready to take on Mother Nature's worst winter weather during the 2021-2022 season.
Beginning Wednesday, contractors during overnight hours next week plan to close both sides of U.S. Route 422 through Lower Pottsgrove for bridge demolition work at South Park Road. Use caution.
Contractors on Tuesday and Wednesday, during evening and overnight hours, plan to close single lanes and later both sides of U.S. Route 422 through Lower Pottsgrove for bridge demolition work.
Shovels were filled and dirt ceremoniously thrown in ground-breaking for the new westbound U.S. Route 422 on-ramp at Sanatoga. An equally celebratory completion event is anticipated in November.
Drivers on U.S. Route 422 between the Armand Hammer Boulevard and Sanatoga interchanges took photos Thursday of flash flooding on a portion of the highway. More limited, scattered storms are possible Friday, the National Weather Service said.
On Tuesday - the day after Memorial Day, as predicted - work began at the U.S. Route 422 interchange at Sanatoga to build a new, traffic-easing westbound entrance ramp from Evergreen Road.