Markley Street Improvements
Work continues on PennDOT’s project to improve Markley Street/U.S. Route 202 South in Norristown Borough, Montgomery County. This multi-year project, which also includes ongoing work on Johnson Highway and completed improvements to the Main Street bridge over Stony Creek, is being built in two phases. Initial construction began in February 2013 and encompasses the area between Elm Street and Johnson Highway. The second phase, scheduled to start in late 2015 or 2016, will improve Markley Street from Main Street to Elm Street.
Construction Update: Spring 2015
Improvements to the East Side of Markley Street Continue in Norristown Crews this spring will complete rebuilding the east side of Markley Street from Wood Street to Johnson Highway following construction during the winter months that focused on installing the last runs of electrical utilities and sanitary sewers between Roberts Street and Johnson Highway in Norristown Borough, Montgomery County...
Construction Update: Winter 2015
Work to Improve East Side of Markley Street Continues as Reconstruction Finishes on West Side Following the completion of work to reconstruct and improve the west side of Markley Street (U...
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...
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Northbound Markley Street Traffic Pattern Change
The northbound lane of Markley Street traffic was moved to the center of the street between Roberts Street and Johnson Highway in Norristown Borough, Montgomery County, on Monday afternoon (December 15)...
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