Friday, November 23, 2012
Willistown's zoning board will consider a request to turn the property into a used car lot.
A used car dealer is looking to open a business at the former location of Rocco's Steaks on Lancaster Avenue, in the Paoli section of Willistown. From the Nov. 13 Willistown Supervisors meeting agenda: The drive-through and takeout-only steak shop has been closed since at least 2011.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
PennDOT released the contractor’s schedule for this week.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Lane restrictions could impact nighttime travel on Route 30 this week. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is working on a 14-month project to install and replace raised pavement markers on several state highways in the Greater Philadelphia region continues next week in Philadelphia and Chester County. Here’s the schedule, weather permitting, of the work next week from PennDOT: Crews will install and replace reflective markers along center lines, edge lines and ramps to improve visibility and safety for drivers at night and in bad weather such as rain, fog and snow. During installation, crews will occupy one lane to conduct a slow-moving operation. Motorists are advised to be alert of this moving operation and to expect possible …
Friday, June 1, 2012
They are being used to measure traffic in the Paoli area in preparation for redevelopment of the Paoli Transportation Center.
Motorists traveling through the Paoli area on Route 30 have likely noticed pairs of black wires draped across the roadway. They stretch from curb to curb in locations in Willistown and Tredyffrin. According to an email from PennDOT spokesperson Gene Blaum, the pairs of lines are actually tubes being used to measure traffic: The tubes are for traffic counts that Tredyffrin Township is taking as part of its effort to examine traffic flow in conjunction with the redevelopment of the Paoli Transportation Center. Tredyffrin Township is administering the study, which is being funded entirely with state funds through PennDOT.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Traffic congestion is likely through projected August completion date.
Aqua PA will soon begin work to replace the water main on Lancaster Avenue in Frazer, which could disrupt traffic, the East Whiteland Board of Supervisors announced in a meeting Wednesday. The work will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily between Morehall Road (Route 29) and a location east of Deerfield Lane, near the Lincoln Court Shopping Center. The work is expected to be completed by August. "Do expect some congestion, inconvenience, while they're working on that on Route 30," said supervisor Virginia McMichael. "Maybe we'll have enough people on vacation, it won't be too bad."