Shusterman supports progress on repairing several state highways in Montgomery County

PAOLI, July 28 – State Rep. Melissa Shusterman, D-Chester/Montgomery, applauded a more than $7.9 million state investment toward repairing and resurfacing 14 state highways in Montgomery County.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has contracted with Highway Materials, of Flourtown, Montgomery County, to resurface 35 miles of state highways. In Shusterman’s district, this includes Route 113 (Black Rock Road) at Yeager Road in Upper Providence Township.

“This important resurfacing project is vital to maintaining our transportation network and overall infrastructure within our community,” Shusterman said. “I’ve heard from many residents that roads throughout the county need to be improved, so I’m pleased to share progress that PennDOT made on achieving this.”

Click here to view all the projects funded by this contract.