U.S. 422 AT TROOPER ROAD
Status of the Project: Completed
Construction Started: October 2013
Construction Completed: November 2015
Cost: $16,857,533 financed with 100 percent federal funds
General Contractor: J.D. Eckman, Inc. of Atglen, Chester County
A new off-ramp from eastbound U.S. 422 to Route 363 (Trooper Road)
A new on-ramp from Route 363 (Trooper Road) to west-bound U.S. 422.
These two additional ramps were intended to ‘complete’ the
interchange allowing drivers to move in all directions when
traveling between the state highways. This increased
movement was planned as a safety and congestion mitigation
measure. This interchange improvement is part of the
U.S. 422 Schuylkill River Crossing Complex of projects that
is designed to improve travel along U.S. 422.
Re-alignment of Route 363 (Trooper Road) to meet the new ramp
New retaining wall and sound wall along the new off-ramp from U.S.422 eastbound to Route 363 (Trooper Road)
New retaining wall along the new on-ramp from Trooper Road to U.S. 422 westbound.
Widening of Route 363 (Trooper Road) through the Audubon intersection
Widening of Audubon Road to include additional left-turn and merge lane
Rehabilitation of the existing Route 363 bridge over U.S. 422
Sidewalks, traffic signals and ADA curb ramps.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation began preliminary construction activity in October 2013 on the $16.8 million project to improve the U.S. 422/Route 363 (Trooper Road) Interchange in West Norriton and Lower Providence townships, Montgomery County.