There’s nothing right now that indicates tolling the road is imminent, but Pennsylvania state representative Mike Vereb wants to shut the door before that discussion heats up again.
Route 422 East was shut down on Friday morning due to an accident.
The King of Prussia District has received a $500,000 grant, money that will be used to get more people out of their cars and onto public transportation in an effort to relieve traffic congestion.
A western Pennsylvania highway has reopened after a tractor-trailer crash caused 37,000 pounds of processed chicken to spill onto the road.
A new construction zone along a stretch of route 422 just outside of Pottstown, Pa. is causing some confusion for motorists.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation road crews will be out, all over the region, for more than a year, repairing and adding reflective road markers.
The high temperatures caused a highly traveled section of Route 422 to buckle yesterday afternoon.
A tractor trailer overturned on a Berks County highway Wednesday morning, sending the driver to the hospital.
Tuesday night, at Pope John Paul High School in Royersford, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission will present its plan to toll Route 422 to the public.
No one apparently witnessed the brutal car crash, and if it wasn’t for a bit of luck, the driver might still be struggling for her life alone in the dark woods.
On Thursday, a group of local state lawmakers spoke out against a plan to toll the Route 422, which runs from King of Prussia to Pottstown and is known for notoriously long morning and evening delays.
Governor Corbett’s transportation funding advisory commission will hear a presentation this morning on the idea of turning a stretch of Route 422 into a toll road.
One lane of traffic will get by during the night-time operations on Thursday and Friday and all day Saturday.