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US Route 422 Corridor Coalition Hosting Two Open Houses Next Week

The US Route 422 Corridor Coalition, in conjunction with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, is hosting a series of public open house meetings to introduce the US 422 Transportation Master Plan. Two meetings are scheduled at convenient locations for the corridor.

  • February 17, 2009. 6:30-9:00pm. (Snow Date: March 4th.)
    Oaks Elementary School Cafeteria.
    325 Oaks School Drive, Oaks, PA 19456. Directions.

  • February 18, 2009. 6:30-9:00pm. (Snow Date: February 26th)
    Montgomery County Community College, Pottstown Campus, Community Room.
    101 College Drive, Pottstown, PA 19646. Directions.

Click here to learn more about the US 422 Transportation Master Plan.

Comments

Anonymous said…
I have an idea......blow up 422
VC said…
Improvements to 422/76/202 must be made.

If they were to demolish 422 as the previous poster suggests then a majority of that traffic would be on 23/252... Not so much fun then...
Anonymous said…
We really could use the SVM, or R6 extension...
Anonymous said…
Blow up 422 and start over again. Build an upper deck for 76 and continue to widen 202

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