Ciresi announces five-year PennDOT resurfacing plan for western Montgomery County

Rep. Joe Ciresi, D-Montgomery, announced that the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has prepared and released their updated 5-year resurfacing plan. This dynamic plan is designed to resurface pavement most in need of attention based on assessments of road condition.

“Ensuring good quality roads is an essential component of our infrastructure and a key function of government,” Ciresi said. “I am pleased to see that so many state roads in our local communities are getting deserved attention, allowing for safer and more comfortable commutes for my constituents.”

The resurfacing plan includes the following roads in and around the 146th District in western Montgomery County:


  • Linfield Trappe Rd between Lewis Rd and Township Line Rd (2.18 miles) – Limerick Township
  • New Hanover Square between Bleim Road and New Hanover Township Line (0.46 miles) – Lower Pottsgrove Township
  • Armand Hammer Blvd between Industrial Hwy and High Street (0.69 miles) – Pottstown Borough, Lower Pottsgrove Township
  • Lewis Road between Linfield Trappe Road and Main St (5.27 miles) – Trappe and Royersford Boroughs, Upper Providence Township
  • Yerkes Road between Collegeville Road/Route 29 and Level Road (1.26 miles) – Upper and Lower Providence Townships


  • Evergreen Road between Lightcap Road and High Street/Ridge Pike (0.83 miles) – Limerick Township
  • High Street between Keim Street and the Berks County Line (5.38 miles) – Pottstown Borough, West Pottsgrove Township
  • Big Road/Route 73 between Colonial Road and Gravel Pike/Route 29 (3.32 miles) – Upper and Lower Frederick Townships


  • Graterford Road between Gravel Pike/Route 29 and Perkiomen Creek Road (0.34 miles) – Skippack and Perkiomen Townships
  • Game Farm Road between Pheasant Road and Old Skippack Pike (5.92 miles) – Schwenksville Borough, Upper Salford and Perkiomen Townships
  • Sanatoga Road between Limerick Center Road and Sanatoga Road (1.86 miles) – Limerick and Lower Pottsgrove Townships
  • Cross Road between Skippack Pike/Route 73 and Harleysville Pike/Route 113 (2.20 miles) – Skippack and Lower Salford Townships
  • Salford Station Road between Gravel Pike/Route 29 and Old Skippack Road (3.04 miles) – Upper Salford and Lower Frederick Townships
  • Black Rock Road between Egypt Road and Trappe Road/Route 113 (3.62 miles) – Upper Providence Township
  • Pawlings Road between the Chester County Line/Schuylkill River Bridge and Ridge Pike (4.92 miles) – Lower Providence Township


  • Pheasant Road between Limerick Road and Game Farm Road (0.59 miles) – Limerick Township
  • Yerger Road between Neifer Road and Gerloff Road (1.39 miles) – Lower Frederick Township
  • Maugers Mill Road between Charlotte Street and Gilbertsville Road (1.65 miles) – Upper Pottsgrove Township
  • Keim Street between Grace Street and Charlotte Street (2.13 miles) – Lower Pottsgrove Township
  • Grosstown Road between High Street and Manatawny Street (1.78 miles) – West Pottsgrove Township
  • Mill Road between 1821’ East of Mill Road and Ridge Road/Route 113 (2.58 miles) – Skippack Township
  • Linfield Trappe Road between Township Line Road and Main Street (1.28 miles) – Upper Providence Township


  • Limerick Road between Ridge Pike and Township Line Road (3.63 miles) – Limerick and Perkiomen Townships
  • Lewis Road between Linfield Trappe Road and Ridge Pike (1.98 miles) – Limerick Township
  • Fagleysville Road between the Upper Frederick Township line and Big Road (Route 73) (1.57 miles) – Upper Frederick Township
  • Bleim Road between Pleasant View Road and Charlotte Street (1.88 miles) – Upper Pottsgrove Township
  • Ridge Pike between Park Ave and Crosskeys Road (3.79 miles) – Lower Providence Township
  • Upland Square Drive between the Pottstown-Boyertown Bypass/Route 100 and Sell Road (1.2 miles) – West Pottsgrove Township
  • Trappe Road/Route 113 between Ramsgate Drive and Borough Line Road (1.91 miles) – Upper Providence Township

The five-year resurfacing plan is subject to change based on the severity of the winter season and associated cost impacts, as well as any unexpected emergencies.

The complete plan for Montgomery County is available on the website for PennDOT District 6. PennDOT’s Engineering District 6 is responsible for maintaining roads, bridges, and other state transportation infrastructure in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties.