PennDOT hosted a public information meeting at Eisenhower Middle School on Thursday night.
According to The Times Herald, a number of residents and municipal officials turned out Thursday night at Eisenhower Middle School to hear PennDOT's plans for the Markley Street Improvement Project. Reconstruction on the busy road is scheduled to begin this spring. Parking, bus routes changes, new sidewalks and the effects of the construction on local businesses were just some of the issues reportedly raised by those attending the meeting. You can read more about last night's meeting here and learn more about the project here. You can also download PennDOT's newsletter outlining the whole project in our PDF section. --- Related Story PennDOT Holding Public Meeting for Markley Street Improvement Project
The public is invited to an open house event to review plan for the reconstruction of Markley Street in Norristown.
According to a release from the Municipality of Norristown, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is moving forward with the Markley Street Improvement Project which includes rebuilding and improving Markley Street and Johnson Highway. PennDOT considers public input an important part of the process and is holding a public meeting on Thursday, Jan. 24, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Eisenhower Science and Technology Leadership Academy at Markley Street and Coolidge Boulevard. PennDOT officials and Markley Street Improvement Project team members will be on hand to answer residents' questions and concerns. Phase I (Section 520) of the project incudes reconstruction of Markley Street from Elm Street to Johnson Highway and will include …