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Widening and Reconstruction in 2013
Construction on US Route 202 in 2013 is under way along a 6.5 mile work area in Chester County stretching from just south of the Swedesford Road on ramp in Tredyffrin Township to the US Route 30/Exton Bypass Interchange in East Whiteland Township. Remaining reconstruction and widening on the northbound side from the Mill Lane overpass through the Route 29 Interchange (Section 320) will finish by mid-year. When it does, work on the southbound side, which started early in the year between Swedesford Road and Route 29, will expand south toward Mill Lane. Meanwhile, shoulder and median reconstruction south of Route 401 this spring will set the stage for reconstruction and widening to begin later this year or in early 2014 on this final segment (Section 330) of PennDOT's Section 300 Project.
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- Double fines, license suspension for speeding in work zones.
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Q. When will the railroad bridge be repainted?
A. The bridge will be repainted as part of Section 320 construction. Originally, the bridge was to be repainted under the Section 311 project. But that plan would have required extensive and expensive traffic control measures, with nighttime lane closures to sand blast and repaint small sections in time to reopen the lane by the following morning. Instead, the bridge will be sanded and repainted in larger sections when traffic is shifted for extended periods while the roadway is rebuilt, all at a significant savings.