Oxford Valley Road at Lincoln Highway Intersection Improvement Project
The project involves the reconstruction of N. Oxford Valley Road as it approaches the Lincoln Highway intersection from the north and south, in Falls and Middletown Townships, Bucks County, PA. Bristol-Oxford Valley Road will be re-aligned to intersect N. Oxford Valley Road to form a new signalized intersection across from the Oxford Point Shopping Center.
The project limits extend along N. Oxford Valley Road 750’ to the north of Lincoln Highway, and along Bristol-Oxford Valley Road, 1,730’ to the south of Lincoln Highway.
The project limits along N. Oxford Valley Road begin 1,020’ to the east of the intersection with Bristol-Oxford Valley Road. The project limits along Lincoln Highway extend 1,017’ to the west and 930’ to the east of the intersection with N. Oxford Valley Road and Bristol-Oxford Valley Road.
Improvements at the intersection of N. Oxford Valley Road and Lincoln Highway include widening of both roadways for dual left-turn lanes at all 4 (four) approaches to the intersection, and for a northbound right-turn lane. The project includes modification of curb radii and concrete islands, new curb, sidewalk, and ADA-compliant curb ramps. The existing traffic signals and mast arms will be replaced, and new drainage structures such as inlets, manholes, and pipes will be installed throughout the project limits. Traffic signal improvements will include signal optimization, emergency pre-emption, and video detection. No structures are included in this project.
PennDOT held a virtual public meeting on Tuesday night, December 19, 2023, to provide details on the upcoming project and answer questions.
Members of the public who are unable to attend the online meeting can view the meeting recording and/or provide feedback on the project using the online comment form.