KING OF PRUSSIA PA – Portions of Route 29 in Collegeville borough, Upper and Lower Frederick, and Upper Providence townships; Route 63 in Green Lane borough, Neiffer Road in Upper and Lower Frederick townships, and Cowpath Road in Salford township all will be locations at which Pennsylvania Department of Transportation crews and contractors will work next week (Jan. 29-Feb. 2, 2018) to repair deteriorated pavement, according to PennDOT’s District 6 office in King of Prussia.
Crews will restrict travel lanes on the state-owned highways, and dozens of others across the five-county Philadelphia region, to fill potholes and patch areas of asphalt and adjacent surfaces crumbling due to heavy traffic and severe winter conditions.
Drivers are advised to be aware of the moving operations. PennDOT suggested they should expect intermittent lane closures, and possible slowdowns when driving near work crews. All activities depend on the weather.
Also intended for repairs in western Montgomery County, the agency said, are portions of U.S. Route 422 in Lower and Upper Providence townships, and High Street in Pottstown borough.
PennDOT reminds drivers that potholes and other concerns regarding state roads can be reported by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD, or online here.
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