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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Engineering District 6 is advancing three transportation improvement projects on State Route 41 (PA 41) in Londonderry and London Grove townships, Chester County. We thank you for your interest in these projects.
PA 41 Chatham Gateways (under Construction)
This project involves the construction of gateways on PA 41 at both approaches to the Village of Chatham to provide a visual cue to the motorists that reinforces that they are entering the village. This is an early action project that is being completed in advance of the PA 41/PA 841 intersection improvement project. Plans showing the proposed project can be downloaded using the links on this page.
Construction is underway and the widening of PA 41 was accomplished in fall 2017. Once warmer weather arrives in the spring, median improvements will be constructed. We anticipate work to be completed prior to Memorial Day.
PA 41/PA 841 Intersection
PennDOT plans to improve the intersection of PA 41 and PA 841 in the Village of Chatham to address safety and traffic operations. The project team has finalized the preliminary planning report that summarizes the need for the project and describes alternatives that were developed to meet the project need.
The final preliminary planning report was developed based on recent studies, plus public input gained from project workshops and from comments received on the draft report. The final report provides a list of alternatives to be carried forward into detailed studies, which will refine the alternatives to minimize environmental impacts and address public comment. The alternatives PennDOT is recommending for further study include:
- Alternative 5A
- Alternative 5B
- Alternative 6
- Alternative 9
- Alternative 10
Hard copies of the report are available for viewing at London Grove Township, and it also can be downloaded using the links on this page. While these reports are considered final, we invite citizens to comment on them and on each alternative that is recommended for further study. We will then address these comments as we work through the detailed study phase of the project.
Some of the design development activities completed since the planning study include gathering more detailed project mapping/land surveys, obtaining public right-of-ways, documenting existing public utilities, and determining property ownership. In addition, coordination was initiated with state and federal resource agencies (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, and Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission) as well as the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission. Due to the complexity of the engineering solutions and environmental features described in the planning study, it may take several years to determine the preferred intersection solution. PennDOT will continue to coordinate with London Grove Township and local and interested citizens to share information and to gather additional input.
PA 41/PA 926 Intersection
PennDOT is working to address the safety and traffic operations at the PA 41 intersection with PA 926 in the Londonderry Township. The project team has finalized the preliminary alternatives analysis report that summarizes the project needs and provides information on several alternatives that were developed to meet those needs.
This final preliminary report was developed based on recent studies, plus public input gained from project workshops and from comments received on the draft report. The final preliminary report provides a list of alternatives to be carried forward into detailed studies, which fine-tuned these alternatives to minimize environmental impacts and address public comment. Hard copies of the report are available for viewing at Londonderry Township and can be viewed using the links on the right.
Since the public meeting on June 12, 2017, PennDOT’s project team has met with local officials and state and federal resource agencies to discuss a recommended preferred alternative. The design team is moving forward with Alternative 3 as the preferred alternative and is now developing conceptual plans for the acquisition of property, coordinating with impacted utilities, and preparing the environmental permits. The earliest timeframe for construction to occur is 2020. A drawing of Alternative 3 and the other preliminary alternatives can be viewed using the links to the right.
PennDOT continues to listen to public comments concerning these transportation improvement projects along PA 41. Please direct additional comments or questions to Steve Fellin, PennDOT project manager, or Robert Leonard, Erdman Anthony project manager.
Steve Fellin Robert Leonard
PennDOT Engineering District 6-0 Erdman Anthony
7000 Geerdes Blvd. 100 Sterling Parkway, Suite 212
King of Prussia, PA 19406 Mechanicsburg, PA 17050