Crews will remove road debris from eastbound U.S. Route 422 between Lower Providence and Lower Pottsgrove townships next Tuesday through Friday, PennDOT reported. Expect travel restrictions.
North Coventry police hope members of the public can provide tips to solve a vehicular accident that occurred last week on U.S. Route 422 west of the Armand Hammer Boulevard exit.
A temporary (expected to last six weeks) new exit for westbound U.S. 422 traffic at Armand Hammer Boulevard opens today at noon. It's a sign that PennDOT's work on the interchange is nearing completion.
Lane closures that began last week on U.S. Route 422 between Lower Pottsgrove and North Coventry will continue as PennDOT contractors install concrete supports for a new bridge.
Drivers on U.S. Route 422 westbound between Sanatoga and PA Route 724, beware. The highway's right lane will be closed weekdays from April 12-22 to enable bridge beam placements.
Roadside brush and tree-clearing operations between Trooper and Valley Forge roads, as well as the placement of concrete barriers, will require shoulder closures and some lane restrictions.
Besides pavement markings on Armand Hammer Boulevard at Industrial Highway, a traffic study makes two more suggestions to increase safety near the boulevard's U.S. Route 422 interchange.
You can spot six different cranes between the work being done on the Schuylkill River bridge near the Armand Hammer Boulevard exit for U.S. Route 422, and the westbound off-ramp at the same location.