U.S. 422 Construction in Montgomery County to Cause Traffic Delays Next Week

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that two construction projects will take place on U.S. 422 next week, leading to lane closures and expected traffic delays.

From Sunday, June 9, through Thursday, June 13, a single lane closure will be in effect on eastbound U.S. 422 between the Phoenixville/Collegeville (Route 29) and Bridgeport/Valley Forge (Route 23) interchanges. This work, set from 7:00 PM to 5:00 AM, involves sawcutting and concrete patching.

Additionally, from Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 14, lane closures will occur periodically on westbound U.S. 422 between Evergreen Road and Armand Hammer Boulevard from 5:00 AM to 2:00 PM for shoulder reconstruction. During the same period, eastbound U.S. 422 between Keim Street and Evergreen Road will face periodic lane closures from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM for roadway reconstruction.

Motorists should allow extra time when traveling through these areas as backups and delays are anticipated. All activities depend on weather conditions.

The concrete patching is part of a $6.9 million project aimed at rehabilitating pavement on eastbound U.S. 422 between the Route 29/Phoenixville and Route 363/Trooper Road interchanges. The shoulder and roadway reconstruction fall under an $83.6 million project to improve U.S. 422 and replace two bridges between the Sanatoga Interchange and Porter Road. PennDOT aims to complete these improvements efficiently while minimizing inconvenience to drivers.

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