What Time Will the Turnpike Ramps Open?

Governor Corbett and other dignitaries will cut the ribbon Tuesday at the new Route 29 interchange.

After decades of planning and nearly two years of construction, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission will open a new interchange in East Whiteland Township Tuesday.

Governor Corbett will be joined by other dignitaries and the media for the ribbon-cutting ceremony in the early afternoon. According to a press release from the PTC, the first vehicles should begin using the new ramps shortly thereafter:

The interchange is scheduled to open to traffic shortly after the ribbon-cutting event, by 4 p.m. or 5 p.m. Tuesday.

The new interchange, which connects to Route 29 in the northeastern tip of East Whiteland Township, is the first all-access interchange to open on the turnpike in decades.

See also:

East Whiteland Turnpike Ramps to Open Dec. 11

Two-Year Effort to Widen Route 29 Begins Tuesday

Turnpike Tolls to Increase in 2013


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