Philadelphia Road Works Ahead As PennDOT Targets Potholes

Philadelphia Potholes
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If you are in or around Philadelphia over the coming weeks, expect to be held up by road works.

What you need to know: PennDOT are targeting 50 roads across the region. Road works have already begun and will continue up to April 25, and maybe longer depending on weather.

Be warned, 12 of the roads are in the City and will impact travel lanes.

PennDOT is advising drivers to be aware of this ongoing operation and watch out for lane closures, slowdowns, and work crews.

What is being fixed: Potholes and damaged pavements.

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The following roads are scheduled to be fixed this week:

Interstate 76 (including ramps)

I-95 (including ramps)

U.S. 1 (including ramps)

U.S. 1 (Roosevelt Boulevard)

U.S. 30

Route 3 (Market Street/Walnut Street)

Route 63 (including ramps)

Route 73

Route 291 (Penrose Avenue)

Castor Avenue

Aramingo Avenue

Stenton Avenue

Rhawn Street

Veree Avenue

Henry Avenue

Ridge Avenue

Harbison Avenue

Welsh Avenue

Parkside Avenue

Lancaster Avenue

Kingsessing Avenue

Arch Street

Whitby Avenue

Spring Garden Street

If you know of any potholes in and around Philadelphia and want to report them, call 1-800-349-7623 or visit¬†www.penndot.gov¬†and click on “Submit A Roadway Concern.”

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