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Transportation Planning Requirements and Their Relationship to NEPA Approvals

DVRPC FY 2007-2010 TIP for PA

The table shows the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Fiscal Year 2007-2010 Transportation Improvement Program for Pennsylvania – Highway Program, page 15.  The highlighted project is the PA 309 Connector Project, from PA 309 to PA 63, Montgomery County, Sumneytown Pike for a New/Upgraded connector roadway.  The project description includes the following: 

Provide an adequate two lane roadway connection by upgrading two existing lane roads (Wambold Rd, and Township Line Rd.) and connecting them with a two lane roadway approximately one mile in length.  This project will correct the disjointed and inadequate  road system serving the north/south movement between PA309 and the PA Turnpike Lansdale Interchange.  This project will proceed in 2 phases.

Further, the project information shows the project phase costs for FY 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and later FYs.  For construction phase, $ 36,000K in HWY and $9,000K in H-State funds were identified in the later FYs, which is the timeframe outside the FY 2007-2010 TIP, but the cost data is included for the information purposes. 

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Updated: 12/3/2012
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