PHILADELPHIA, PA — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that the southbound Interstate 95 off-and on-ramps at the Allegheny Avenue Interchange (Exit 25) in Philadelphia were reopened yesterday, nearly two weeks ahead of schedule following the reconstruction of Allegheny Avenue between I-95 and Richmond Street.
The ramps were closed on August 14 for the reconstruction of Allegheny Avenue, closing access to and from southbound I-95 at the interchange (Exit 25) in Port Richmond.
The road work was part of the final stage of PennDOT’s $31.2 million I-95/AF2 project that reconstructed sections of Delaware, Castor, and Allegheny avenues to improve traffic flow between the port area and I-95.
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