Roads & Bridges
How We Serve Our County
The Montgomery County Roads and Bridges Department maintains 133 bridges and over 75 miles of roadway throughout the county. It is our goal to provide a functional, passable, and well-maintained network of roads, along with a wide variety of bridges, suited to the needs of the traveling public.
Improving our Roads, Bridges, and Signals
List of Bridges
County Bridge Project Status Map
Roads and Bridges personnel are constantly working to keep County bridges and roads in good repair. Large-scale paving operations are typically scheduled for the summer, while maintenance such as filling potholes and cleaning debris from inlets continues throughout the year. Please use caution when driving near any work area.
A variety of permits are available through our website, including Special Hauling Permits and Highway Occupancy Permits. Please click here for a list of forms that you may download or submit online. You may also call our office for assistance.
- April 22, 2021: Montgomery County Roads and Bridges Releases 2021 Paving Schedule
- March 26, 2021: Montgomery County Releases Bridge Inspection Schedule
- December 24, 2020: County Finishes Reconstruction of Ludwig Road Bridge in New Hanover Township
- December 17, 2020: Montgomery County Announces Reopening of Butler Pike in Plymouth Meeting
- December 15, 2020: Montgomery County Prepares for Winter Storm
While we maintain the physical structure of our roads, certain items are the responsibility of others. Traffic signals are the responsibility of the municipality. Concerns about signal timing, signs, and pavement markings at signalized intersections should be directed to the township or borough where the intersection is located.
Certain types of signs also fall under municipal jurisdiction. Local road crews maintain the following signs:
- Road name signs
- Speed limit signs
- Stop signs
The Pennsylvania Game Commission will remove large animal carcasses from the roadside. Contact the Southeast Regional Office at 610-926-3136.
Mailboxes must be installed outside the right of way of the road. Although we exercise caution when plowing snow, we cannot be responsible for damage to mailboxes that are improperly located