The new Pennsylvania Turnpike interchange at Route 29 in East Whiteland will open Dec. 11, according to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Governor Tom Corbett will attend the ribbon cutting and grand opening event.
The $60 million project connects both directions of Route 29, known as Morehall Road in that area, to both directions of the turnpike, Interstate 76, via an E-ZPass-only interchange.
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The project has been in the works for more than 20 years. Completion of the interchange in fall 2012 is consistent with the time frame set forth when ground was broken at the site in March 2011.
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