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Posted on: December 3, 2019

CTP Grants

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The Montgomery County Commissioners recently announced that six projects across the county will receive a combined total of just over $1 million in Montgomery County Transportation Program grants for 2019. This is the second round of grants for this program, which is funded by the county’s $5 Motor Vehicle Registration Fee. Municipalities were invited to apply for funds to implement projects that include road construction and repair, traffic sign and signal installation, crosswalk markings, curb ramps, pedestrian trails within public right-of-way and street lighting.


The six projects receiving 2019 grants are highlighted below:


Lansdale – Whites Road Flashing Warning Device 

Lansdale Borough will fund the installation of a rectangular rapid-flashing beacon and pavement markings along Whites Road at Richardson Avenue near Whites Road Park.

County Transportation Program Grant Award: $51,234


Royersford – 7th Avenue and Main Crosswalk 

Royersford Borough will fund the installation of a rectangular rapid-flashing beacon and pavement markings along Main Street at 7th Avenue.

County Transportation Program Grant Award: $48,760


Springfield – Paper Mill Road School Zone 

Springfield Township will fund the installation of a school zone along Paper Mill Road near Springfield Middle and Springfield High Schools, including flashers and radar speed display signs. County Transportation Program Grant Award: $79,072


Upper Dublin – Virginia Drive Road Diet and Trail 

Upper Dublin Township will fund the installation of 0.5 miles of a road diet along Delaware and Virginia Drives in the Fort Washington Office Park to allow for construction of the Cross-County Trail within the roadway right-of-way.

County Transportation Program Grant Award: $500,000


Upper Hanover  – Otts Road Bridge Replacement 

Upper Hanover Township will fund the full replacement and widening of the Otts Road bridge over Macoby Creek.

County Transportation Program Grant Award: $130,000


Whitemarsh – Flourtown Road/Joshua Road Intersection Improvements 

Whitemarsh Township will fund the installation of signal mast arms, ADA ramps, sidewalks, and trail-standard roadway crossings at the intersection of Flourtown Road and Joshua Road. County Transportation Program Grant Award: $199,504

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