Starting Monday, April 11, County Line Road will be closed in both directions, between Park Road & Fairmount Avenue, for one year to allow for construction.
PennDOT has announced a transportation improvement project to repair and improve 3-miles of County Line Road between Kulp Road and Route 611 in Horsham and Warrington Townships. This project also entails replacing the deteriorating masonry arch bridge with a six-foot-wide, single-span extension on County Line Road.
Starting Monday, April 11, County Line Road will be closed in both directions, between Park Road and Fairmount Avenue, for one year to allow for construction, rebuilding, and raising the elevation of the roadway to enhance safety and drainage in the area.
You may have noticed a change in traffic patterns the last few days due to the start of the County Line Road Improvement Project. This State project began on Monday, April 11, and is expected to last approximately one year.
This PennDOT project includes the following improvements:
• Widening County Line Road to provide a uniform pattern of two 11-foot travel lanes and five-foot shoulders;
• Replacing the County Line Road bridge over an unnamed tributary to Little Neshaminy Creek;
• Upgrading traffic signals;
• Installing a new guide rail;
• Performing drainage improvements;
• Installing ADA curb ramps; and
• Performing other miscellaneous operations to enhance safety and travel for the motoring public.
• County Line Road through traffic will be directed to use Lower State Road, Street Road, and Route 611 (Easton Road).
• Please follow the designated detour route, and do NOT drive around 'Road Closed' signs or barricades.
We understand that this project may be disruptive to your work commute and daily routine, and we appreciate your patience as our community adjusts to the changes in traffic patterns. Although this project may initially cause frustration to motorists, please keep in mind this temporary inconvenience will significantly benefit our community in the long run.
For more information, please visit the project website here