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Grant awarded for traffic improvements in East Marlborough

05/10/2018 12:19PM ● Published by J. Chambless

On May 10, the East Marlborough Township Board of Supervisors announced a PennDOT grant has been awarded to improve pedestrian safety on Route 82 near the Unionville High School and Patton Middle School campus. The $750,000 grant will cover the construction costs for sidewalks, crosswalks, medians and roadway narrowing in the area.

PennDOT made the award based on its safety benefits, cost, readiness for implementation, the level of collaboration with stakeholders and other criteria.

Richard Hannum, Jr., the chairman of the Board of Supervisors, said, “Improving the pedestrian crossing at the schools has been a long-term goal of East Marlborough Township, and we are confident that this project will achieve that goal. In addition, the road narrowing will help calm traffic, and the sidewalk extension will improve pedestrian access from the school campus into the village of Unionville and the Unionville Community Park.”

The township is partnering with the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District to complete the project.  

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