Nightly Roadworks on Interstate 476 to Bring Traffic Disruptions in Delaware and Montgomery Counties

Lane closures

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, PA, and RIDLEY TWP, PA — PennDOT’s ambitious $63.7 million project to revamp nearly 17 miles of Interstate 476 is set to kick off next week, ushering in a flurry of milling and paving activities aimed at enhancing the roadway’s condition from I-76 in West Conshohocken Borough, Montgomery County, to I-95 in Ridley Township, Delaware County.

Starting Sunday, May 19, through Thursday, May 23, nightly lane closures are scheduled on various sections of northbound and southbound I-476 to facilitate noise wall removal, basin clearing, milling, and paving operations. Additionally, Bryn Mawr Avenue and Clyde Road in Radnor Township will witness lane reductions with flagging at the Ithan Avenue Intersection for bridge repair from Monday, May 20, through Thursday, May 23.

As motorists navigate through these construction zones, they are advised to allocate extra time for their travels due to expected backups and delays resulting from the ongoing roadworks. PennDOT emphasizes that all scheduled activities are contingent on weather conditions.

H&K Group, Inc. of Skippack, PA, spearheads this comprehensive project funded entirely by federal resources. The endeavor encompasses a range of improvements such as milling and overlaying travel lanes, repairing structures, enhancing stormwater management basins, and rejuvenating roadside elements like sound walls and pavement markings.

With an eye toward extending the interstate’s lifespan, enhancing safety, and elevating overall road quality, this project is slated for completion in late 2025.

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