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• U.S. 202 Overnight Lane Closures Starting Nov. 14
  News for Immediate Release Nov. 14, 2014 U.S. 202 Overnight Lane Closures Scheduled in Chester C...

• 202 Nighttime Restrictions During the Next Week
  Oct. 23, 2014 U.S. 202 Nighttime Restrictions Planned in Chester County King of Prussia – Drivers will face nighttime lane clos...

• Overnight Lane Closures at U.S. 202 U.S. 422
  Oct. 17, 2014 Overnight Lane Closures Planned at U.S. 202/U.S. 422 Interchange to Prepare Hig...

• 202 South Off Ramp Route 401 closed Friday Night
  U.S. 202 South Off-Ramp to Route 401 in Chester County Closed Friday Night for Realignment King of Prussia – The U.S. Route 202 South off-ramp to Route 401 in East Whiteland Township, Chester County...

• PennDOT to Open U.S. 202 to 6 Lanes
  News for Immediate Release Sept. 26, 2014 ...

• Markley Street Reconstruction Continues
  Construction Update: Fall 2014 Read online. Markley Street Reconstruction Continues this Fall to Improve Roadway in Norristown Construction continues to advance PennDOT’s $20.8 million project...

Background Information on the US 202 Reconstruction Project

U.S. Route 202 in Pennsylvania is a 59 mile-long highway that connects New Jersey to the north with Delaware to the south and serves as a major commuter route and vital link for business and industry in the tri-state region. The highway varies in size from a two lane road to a four lane expressway, with traffic volumes ranging from 17,000 to 105,000 vehicles a day.

Some of the fastest growing areas in the Greater Philadelphia Region are located along US 202. Many of these areas have experienced rapid residential, commercial and light industrial growth, the result of acres of undeveloped land and the corridor's reputation as a high-tech growth area.

Recognizing the importance of US 202 and the very real need to increase its capacity to relieve congestion and meet existing and future travel demands, public and private interests have joined together to find ways to make much needed improvements. Through this joint public/private partnership, a number of projects and studies are currently in progress to examine both short-term and long-term improvements.

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