Pen­nDOT to re­pair 13 miles of county high­way

Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) - - LOCAL NEWS - By Adam Farence afarence@21st-cen­tu­ry­ @afarence on Twit­ter To con­tact Daily Lo­cal News staff writer Adam Farence, email afarence@dai­ly­lo­, or call 610-235-2647.

The Penn­syl­va­nia Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion (Pen­nDOT) an­nounced Thurs­day plans to re­pair and resur­face over 13 miles of state high­way in Ch­ester County.

Pen­nDOT said the $3.4 mil­lion project will be­gin in Oc­to­ber. In a news re­lease, Pen­nDOT wrote that Route 401 from French Bridge and Iron Stone Lane in West Nant­meal will get resur­faced.

Other roads to be resur­faced and re­paired are:

• Route 202 be­tween Route 322 and Dil­worth­town Road in West Goshen, West­town, Thorn­bury, and Birm­ing­ham;

• Route 842 be­tween Brandy­wine Creek and Brandy­wine Street in East Brad­ford;

• West Miner Street be­tween Brandy­wine Street and South High Street in West Ch­ester;

• Route 926 be­tween Cheyney Road and Route 3 in Wil­lis­town, West­town, and Thorn­bury;

• Route 30 ramps at the of Route 82 In­ter­change in Val­ley; and Route 30 ramps at Reeceville Road In­ter­change in Caln.

Pen­nDOT stated the project is sched­uled to get fin­ished in July 2017, and that Al­lan A. My­ers, LP, of Worces­ter Mont­gomery County is the gen­eral con­trac­tor, and that the project is 100-per­cent fi­nanced with state funds from Act 89.

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