Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Rt. 202 work in home stretch

Work on the $19.3 million project to improve four miles of Route 202 in West Goshen and Westtown Townships will require overnight lane and ramp closures next week, PennDot said today.

Rt. 202 work in home stretch

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Work on the $19.3 million project to improve four miles of Route 202 in West Goshen and Westtown Townships will require overnight lane and ramp closures next week, PennDot said today.

Crews will install new signs on Route 202 and High Street for PennDot's project to rehabilitate and resurface 4.3 miles of Route 202 between the Route 100 Interchange and High Street. Construction began in May 2010 and is scheduled to finish this May.

Lane closures will be in effect Monday through Friday  from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. on Route 202 between Route 322 and Paoli Pike, and on High Street between the Route 202 overpass and Oakbourne Road. In addition, the Paoli Pike on-ramp to Route 202 North will be closed and detoured Wednesday and Thursday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. The posted detour is Route 202 South to the Westtown Road exit, left on Westtown Road, and left at the ramp to Route 202 North.

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