Roadwork for May 26 – June 1

PennDOT has announced the following road projects, which are weather-dependent and could affect residents in the greater Chadds Ford area during the week of May 26 through June 1. Motorists are urged to allow extra time if they are traveling through one of the construction zones. Work schedules are subject to change.

• Utility installation will cause lane closures on Llewellyn Road, between Lenni and Valleybrook roads in Concord Township, from June 18-25.

• Utility installation will cause lane closures on Garnet Mine Road, between Baldwin Drive and Kirk Road in Bethel Township, from May 21 to May 28.

• Utility installation will cause lane restrictions on Thornton Road in Concord Township beginning May 1 through June 29. Work between Trimble Road and Colonial Circle is expected to continue through Aug. 2.

• Cambridge Road in Concord Township — between the Conchester Highway and Marlborough Lane —will be closed through June 15 for road widening.

• Station Road, between Concord Road and Conchester Highway, in Concord Township, is closed through Oct. 20, for road construction. Detours are posted. Station Road will also be closed between Conchester Highway and Partridge Lane through June 30.

• Sunoco Pipeline has closed Route 352 at Boot Road in East Goshen Township, for pipe installation. The restriction is only for trucks traveling south and turning onto Boot Road. The daily closure will remain in effect through late December.

• Periodic lane restrictions continue through Oct. 20, on Conchester Highway, between Route 1 and Foulk Road, in Concord Township.

• Expect lane restrictions on Price Street, between S. Wayne and S. Bradford streets, in West Chester for utility installation through Aug. 10.

• Bridge rehabilitation will cause the closing of Pocopson Road — between Street and Parkersville roads — in Pocopson and Pennsbury townships through Sept. 1.

• Barrier installation continues to cause indefinite lane closures on Brandywine Creek Road, between Green Valley and Powell roads, in Newlin Township.

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