Friday, August 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Lancaster Avenue to be repaved

TREDYFFRIN A five-mile stretch of Lancaster Avenue in Tredyffrin Township that wasn't slated for improvements this year will be repaved starting as early as July after travelers complained about the conditions, according to Rep. Warren Kampf.

"This area was the subject of numerous calls and letters to my office since I initiated the Pothole Hotline, where residents could call and notify me of trouble spots on our state roads," Kampf, a Republican whose district covers part of Chester County, said in a news release.

Kampf said the road, from Old Eagle School Road to Paoli Pike, has been given "emergency" status by PennDot, allowing work to take place this summer. He said PennDot has already completed several days of spray patching and filling on Lancaster Avenue.

- Tricia L. Nadolny

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