Roadwork Projects in Cheltenham Township (UPDATED 11/15)
 
Posted on Thursday November 01, 2018
 
1) Ashmead Road Bridge Reconstruction Project Update 2) PECO natural gas equipment replacement in the area of North Coventry Avenue (Windsor Avenue to Strafford Avenue) to start November 12. 3) Aqua roadwork to start October 15 and anticipated to last six weeks, weather-permitted (roads listed). 4) The Easton Road Bridge replacement project (near Toxony Avenue in Glenside)will begin October 1 and is anticipated to be complete around May 31, 2019. Additional detours and road closures are not anti
 

NOVEMBER 15, 2018 ROAD WORK UPDATE
SANITARY SEWER INTERCEPTOR "A" REPLACEMENT PROJECT
Shoemaker Road from Forest Hills Drive to Marion Road will be closed Monday, November 19 through Wednesday, November 21, 2018 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Starting Monday, November 26 through December 30, 2018 Shoemaker Road from Forest Hills Drive to Marion Road will be closed 24/7.

NOVEMBER 1, 2018 UPDATE
ASHMEAD ROAD BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT
(near the intersection of Ashmead Road and Tookany Creek Parkway)


A contract for the reconstruction of the bridge over the Tookany Creek located near the intersection of Ashmead Road and Tookany Creek Parkway has been awarded to J.D. Eckman, Inc. Work is slated to begin in March/April 2019. The bridge will be closed once work begins and it is anticipated that the bridge will remain closed until it is completed. It estimated that the closure will last approximately seven months. Traffic will be detoured while the bridge is closed. Details on the closure and detour will be made availab
le on the Township website and Facebook page closer to the start of construction.

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Ashmeade Bridge te from the January 2016 Update on this Bridge: As a result of PennDOT safety inspections, Cheltenham Township has eliminated one of two west-bound lanes on Ashmead Road between the Philadelphia border and Tookany Creek Parkway. To help compensate for the lane loss, the left-turn arrow at the parkway intersection has been extended. In addition, the double yellow line has been shifted to the center of Ashmead Road, and reflective delineator posts have been installed along the shoulders of the bridge.  The bridge weight limit of 5 tons has not changed. The new traffic pattern will remain in effect until the township replaces the bridge, expected to begin later this year.



OCTOBER 30, 2018 UPDATE
PECO ROAD WORK


PECO will be replacing existing natural gas equipment to enhance service in the area of Coventry Avenue from Windsor Avenue to Strafford Avenue to enhance safety and improve service reliability. Work is expected to begin Nov 12, 2018.
  • This project work may occur in roadways as well as on sidewalks and potentially on private property.
  • The natural gas main and service line installation portion of this project will be completed in 9 weeks.
  • To ensure the safety of residents and PECO crews, natural gas service may need to be temporarily shut off for a short period – approximately 4 to 8 hours – while the new service line to homes.

This work will be performed by Henkels & McCoy, a qualified PECO contractor. If you have any questions regarding this project and for scheduling purposes, please contact Alex Discianni of Henkels & McCoy at (215) 527-6982.

Any areas impacted on your property will be repaired, the streets will be repaved, and all areas will be restored to their original condition.
  • We will begin to restore your property in the month following the completion of our work to install the new natural gas equipment.
  • Work to repair and repave area roadways will begin within 45 days following the completion of the natural gas main and service line installation work, weather permitting.

OCTOBER 11, 2018 UPDATE
AQUA ROAD WORK

On October 15, 2018 Aqua PA will begin performing trench restoration on the following streets.  Final roadway milling and paving work will immediately follow the trench work.

  • Old Farm Road between Rock Creek Drive and Arboretum Road
  • Rock Creek Drive between Lorimer Drive and Old Farm Road
  • Curtis Drive between Arboretum Road and Hedgerow Lane
  • Bok Road between Curtis Drive and Arboretum Road

Work will take place weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., and will last approximately six weeks weather permitting.  Access will be provided for emergency, mail, school bus and trash service vehicles.  Aqua will have flags persons on the job site to assist residents with getting in and out of their driveways. 

For any concerns regarding the project, contact:
Mike Staerk, Aqua Superintendent of Construction, at 215-659-2505, ext. 56005
Or Foreman Steve Markowitz at 215-416-1574



SEPTEMBER 17, 2018 UPDATE
EASTON ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

From J.P.S. Construction Co., Inc., the Contractor for this project:
We, JPS Construction, have been awarded the contract for the Superstructure replacement of Montgomery County Bridge No. 268 -- Easton Road over Tookany Creek. The project will begin on the first of October with an anticipated completion date around May 31, 2019. The planned working hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., with weekend and night work only happening on an as-needed basis. Access to and from businesses on Easton Road will not be affected and access to the bridge will be unaffected, as well. It is the intent of the contract and the contractor to keep the bridge open at all times. However, it should be expected that there will be lane closures with flaggers during normal workday operations.

Questions can be directed to JPS Construction's offices at (215) 277-5093.

Note from the January 2016 Update on this Bridge: As a result of PennDOT inspections, t
he weight limit of this Montgomery County-owned bridge located on Easton Road near the Toxany Avenue intersection has been lowered to 13 tons because the bridge is considered “structurally deficient and functionally obsolete.” Trucks over 13 tons should follow posted detours using West Glenside Avenue and Limekiln Pike. Later this month the Montgomery County Commissioners are expected to authorize the first steps in the bridge rehabilitation process, which could take approximately three years to complete.
 
 
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