PennDOT encouraging public touch upon US 222 widening venture in Berks

RICHMOND TWP., Pa. – The Pennsylvania Division of Transportation (PennDOT) invitations the general public to take part in a public plans show for a venture to widen US 222 in Maidencreek and Richmond townships in Berks County.

A media launch from PennDOT says the aim of the plans show is to offer particulars and gather neighborhood feedback concerning the proposed transportation enchancment venture.

The plans show will present hall modifications, environmental options, and the anticipated development schedule. Proposed enhancements encompass widening US 222 from Schaeffer Highway in Maidencreek Township to the Kutztown Bypass in Richmond Township.

Residents are inspired to ask questions or provide feedback by way of remark playing cards. 

The in-person Public Plans Show is scheduled on Wednesday, Could 18 within the Georgian Room of the Outdated Primary Constructing, positioned on the Kutztown College campus, 15200 Kutztown Highway.

The Public Plans Show will likely be an open home format from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. 

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