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.
Markley Street Traffic Moves onto More New Pavement
Motorists traveling on Markley Street will move onto fresh pavement Monday, August 25, when a new southbound traffic pattern is established beginning at Roberts Street in Norristown Borough, Montgomery County, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said today...
Markley Street Traffic Pattern Shift for Next Stage of Improvement Project
Markley Street Traffic Pattern Shift for Next Stage of Improvement Project A new traffic pattern starts Tuesday evening (July 1) for southbound travelers on Markley Street in Norristown Borough, Montgomery County, as construction progresses on a $20...
Markley Street Construction Moving North in Norristown
The construction zone for the Markley Street/US 202 South improvement project in Norristown Borough, Montgomery County, is being extended north from Roberts Street to Johnson Highway, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said today...
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New Traffic Pattern on Markley Street
Markley Street motorists will find a new traffic pattern in place in the two-way section between Roberts Street and Johnson Highway in Norristown Borough as work begins to reconstruct the center section of the street...
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