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PennDOT Reopens Plymouth Road North Following Sinkhole, Pipe Repair in Plymouth Township


King of Prussia, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that northbound Plymouth Road was opened this evening between Rittenhouse Square and Butler Pike in Plymouth Township, Montgomery County, following sinkhole and pipe repair.

Northbound Plymouth Road was closed on Friday, February 2, following the discovery of pavement settlement. PennDOT crews addressed the voided area and reestablished the drainage piping that was damaged. Flowable fill was used to fill the voids, followed by paving.

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Contact: Robyn Briggs,

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