Norristown Embarks on Phase I of its Comprehensive Road Maintenance Plan Targeting the 50 Worst Roads in Town


 

Municipality of Norristown 

Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 

 

Norristown Launches Phase I of its Comprehensive Road Maintenance Plan 

Targeting the 50 Worst Roads in Town 

 

NORRISTOWN, PA – The Municipal Council of Norristown announced today the kick-off of Norristown’s first comprehensive road maintenance plan with the intent to award Phase I of the project, an action that will result in the repair of the fifty (50) worst segments of road in Norristown over the next three (3) years. 

 

At its June 6 Meeting, Council approved the issuance of intent to award letters to Glasglow Inc. for the Milling and Paving contract and AP Home Improvement Inc. for the Handicap Ramp and Curb Contract associated with Phase 1 of the Comprehensive Road Maintenance Plan. 

 

Based on a comprehensive evaluation of every road in Norristown by the Municipal Engineer, Pennoni Associates, the Road Maintenance Plan is intended to guarantee roadway safety and ease of access by investing an estimated $3.5 million into Norristown’s aging infrastructure. Phase I of the project will cost an estimated $1.02 million, which will cover milling and paving as well as the installation of handicap ramps and curbs on the following streets: 

 

STREET NAME

FROM

TO

*Ann

Barbadoes

Cherry

Beech

Beech

Stanbridge

Hamilton

Haws

Buttonwood

Buttonwood

Elm

James

* Church

Marshall

Chestnut

George

Marshall

Oak

Haws

Haws

End

Beech

Washington

End

Marshall

Astor

Corson

McKinley

Washington

Lafayette

Pearl

End

Lafayette

Poplar

Astor

Markley

Selma

Tyler

Washington

Stanbridge

Main

Airy

 

 

 

*Roads presented as add alternatives which the Municipality can choose to include in Phase I of the Road Maintenance Plan based on available funds.

 
 

Municipal Council views road infrastructure as a fundamental priority for our community and an essential initiative to supplement and capitalize on the revitalization of Norristown’s Downtown Business District, as well as the impending $293 million Montgomery County Campus Project, Lafayette Street Project, and the new Norristown ramp to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. 

 

In a statement from Sonya Sanders, President of Norristown’s Municipal Council, “we’re all excited to see the fruits of our labor taking root. This is the most ambitious local roads project Norristown has ever seen and will benefit our entire community. We’re excited to see this project get started and would like to thank staff and our engineering firm for helping make it happen.” 

 

Norristown’s Road Maintenance Plan is one component of an exciting series initiatives launched by the Municipality which includes a $10 million Capital Improvement Plan aimed to bolster Norristown by investing in park improvements, strategic property acquisition for economic development, facility renovations, and vehicle & equipment acquisition. 

 

    Norristown Road Maintenance Plan - Phase 1

 

 

   

All media inquiries should be directed to Gabriela Prete, Public Information Officer for the Municipality of Norristown, at 610-270-0429 or gprete@norristown.org.


Municipality of Norristown
235 East Airy Street
Norristown, PA 19401

Phone: 610-272-8080
Fax: 610-275-0687

info@norristown.org


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