Construction Update
Field Work Continues on the Milepost A38 to Milepost A44 Total Reconstruction Project
Environmental field studies and surveys to support project engineering will be conducted from Oct. 30 to Nov. 26 throughout the project corridor that extends north of Clump Road (milepost A38) to north of the Quakertown Interchange (milepost A44). Construction is continuing on the Trumbauersville Road and Steinsburg Road bridge replacements over the Turnpike in Milford Township. Traffic will be detoured until late fall.

Plank Road, Otts Road to Close for Safety Improvement Project

Tuesday, May 2, through October, Plank Road will be closed and detoured between Route 29 (Gravel Pike) and Route 73 (Skippack Pike). Plank Road motorists will be detoured over Route 29 (Gravel Pike), Haldeman Road and Route 73 (Skippack Pike).

Tuesday, May 2, through May 2019, Otts Road will be closed and detoured between Miller Road and Route 29 (Gravel Pike). Otts Road motorists will be detoured over Route 29 (Gravel Pike), Bridge Street, Wartman Road, Township Line Road, Seitz Road and Meyers Road.
Report Potholes to PennDOT by Calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD or Going Online
Motorists that can report potholes and other roadway concerns on state roads by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD or visiting and clicking on “Submit Roadway Feedback.”

Citizens are asked to be as specific as possible when reporting pothole locations or other maintenance concerns on state routes such as deer removal or signing issues. Citizens are asked to report the county, municipality, street name and route number, or the state route (SR) number that can be found on small black and white signs posted along state roadways. Citizens should also provide a description of any familiar landmarks that will help PennDOT locate the problem area.

Once notified, PennDOT will work expeditiously to address roadway concerns as weather permits.

Weather permitting, PennDOT is working daily to repair potholes on state highways throughout the five-county Philadelphia region. Crews have placed nearly 3,000 tons of patching material on state roads in the region since December 1, 2015.

The 1-800-FIX-ROAD number should not be used to report traffic accidents, disabled vehicles, or other emergencies. Motorists should continue to call 911 to report those types of incidents.