Transportation Awards

Posted April 23, 2024

Enola Low Grade corridor in Atglen

Enola Low Grade corridor in Atglen

CCPC's Multimodal Transportation Planning Director, Brian Styche, once again shared some great news about recent transportation funding awarded to projects in Chester County through the PA Department of Community and Economic Development's Multimodal Transportation Fund Program!

Leading the list is the county's Enola Low Grade Segment of the Chester Valley Trail West, for a total of $907,000 in funding. Next steps will include selecting a design consultant for the project, developing the trail design and specifications, and then bidding and trail construction, which is anticipated to be completed in 2026. This is just one phase of the planning for the Chester Valley Trail in Chester County.

Next on the list of projects is Coatesville's Lincoln Highway Streetscape Expansion at $751,730; followed by West Chester Borough's South High Streetscape Improvement Project at $750,000; 802 East Baltimore Pike at $750,000; Easttown Township's Village of Berwyn Pedestrian Improvements Project at $500,000; East Whiteland Township's Route 30 Corridor Improvements Project at $400,000; Phoenixville's Intersection of Valley Forge Road and Whitehorse Road Redevelopment Project at $343,000; Oxford Borough's Niblock Alley at $300,000; and West Bradford Township's SR 3055 Marshallton Thorndale/Poorhouse Road Roundabout at $250,000.

Overall, the county received a total of $4,951,730 in funding throguh this round of DCED's Multimodal Transportation Fund Program, which provides grants to encourage economic development and ensure that a safe and reliable system of transportation is available to the residents of PA.

See the full list of projects.