PennDOT's comprehensive, multi-phase U.S. 422 Improvement Program spans more than 20 miles from U.S. 202 in King of Prussia to the Montgomery County/Berks County line.
Since 2012, PennDOT has completed six major projects and invested $263.4 million to reconstruct and improve the U.S. 422 corridor in Montgomery and Chester counties.
Two new U.S. 422 projects will move into construction in 2023, including Section MCP, which is located in Upper Providence and Lower Providence townships, Montgomery County, and Section M1B, which is located in Lower Pottsgrove Township, Montgomery County.
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Expand AllClick here for a more accessible version Construction will begin in August 2023 on a $6.8 million project (Section MCP) to repair pavement and perform accelerated concrete patching on a four-mile section of eastbound U.S. 422 from just east of Route 29 (Collegeville Road) to just east of the Pawlings Road overpass in Upper Providence and Lower Providence townships, Montgomery County.
The U.S. 202 Section 61S project will widen and improve 1.8 miles of U.S. 202 (Dekalb Pike) from south of Johnson Highway at the Norristown Borough/East Norriton Township dividing line to Township Line Road at the East Norriton Township/Whitpain Township dividing line.
Construction will begin in winter 2023 on an estimated $80 million project to reconstruct and improve a 1.9-mile section of eastbound and westbound U.S. 422 (Section M1B) from just west of Porter Road to Evergreen Road where the ramp tapers at the Sanatoga Interchange in Lower Pottsgrove Township, Montgomery County.
The U.S. 202 Section 61N project will widen and improve 2.8 miles of U.S. 202 (DeKalb Pike) from Township Line Road to just south of Morris Road in Whitpain Township, as well as the widening and reconstruction of Route 73 from Whitney Drive to Center Square Fire Company.