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U.S. 202 Section 500 in Norristown Borough

Markley Street Improvements

Work is under way on improvements to Markley Street/U.S. Route 202 South in Norristown, Montgomery County. This multi-year project, which also includes work on Johnson Highway and Main Street, is being built in two phases. Initial construction beginning in February 2013 encompasses the area between Elm Street and Johnson Highway. The second phase, scheduled to start in 2015, will improve the area from Main to Elm streets.

News:
Spring Construction Update Posted      -      Flaggers for Utility Work      -      SEPTA Route 90 Bus Schedule      -      Intermittent Traffic Stoppages on Markley Street Weekdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.      -      Northbound Markley Street Detoured      -      Lane Restrictions on Main Street West of Markley      -      Report Potholes I-800-349-7623      -      SEPTA Route 90 Bus Moves to Harding Boulevard During NB Markley Street Detour

Project News

Coolidge Boulevard Reopened
Coolidge Boulevard at Markley Street, closed since June for reconstruction, has been reopened...

PennDOT Launches Website for Markley Street Improvement in Norristown
King of Prussia - The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced the launch of a new website,www...

Markley Street Single-Lane Pattern Saturday in Norristown
Motorists Advised to Use Alternate Route during Daylong Installation ...

Construction Updates

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Scheduled Improvements

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Travel Advisories

Flaggers on Markley Street for Expanded Construction, Utility Work
March 3, 2014 - Weekday travel restrictions will be in place on Markley Street/Swede Road in Norristown Borough and East Norriton Township for expanded utility work and roadway reconstruction (Click View All Advisories for more)...

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