Welcome to the I-95/US 322 Interchange Improvement Project Website
In 2006 the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), initiated the I-95/US 322 Interchange Improvement Project that will reconstruct the interchange to improve congestion and enhance safety for the traveling public. As part of this project, portions of I-95 and the US 322 and Bethel Road interchange will be upgraded. The Highland Avenue Bridge and the Engle Street Bridge will be reconstructed. This improvement project will reconstruct the interchange connecting two heavily traveled corridors, I-95 and US 322, and improve the region’s major north-south corridor extending from Wilmington through Philadelphia. In addition, it will improve US 322 which carries traffic from Chester and Delaware Counties eastward to New Jersey via the Commodore Barry Bridge. PennDOT expects to complete environmental clearance and preliminary engineering in late 2012. Click here to view a map of the project area.
Over the next several years, PennDOT will work with a consultant team of engineers, planners and other specialists to carry out environmental studies, develop alternatives to improve safety and congestion, and conduct preliminary engineering. PennDOT and the consultant team will communicate with the public about this project through this website and various types of public meetings.
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If you would like to speak with someone directly about this project, please contact the following:
|Peter Berthold, PE, Project Manager
PennDOT District 6-0
7000 Geerdes Boulevard
King of Prussia, PA 19406
David Didier, PE, Project Manager
1700 Market Street, Suite 1600
Philadelphia, PA 19103