Stephens Announces Transportation Grants for Horsham and Lower Gwynedd
HARRISBURG—Rep. Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery) today announced that PennDOT has awarded grants for two critical multimodal transportation projects to improve roads in Horsham and Lower Gwynedd.

“I am very happy to report that the grants will fund the expansion of roads, make pedestrian upgrades and improve traffic signals, projects for which I have been fighting,” Stephens said.

Horsham Township will receive $3 million to widen Horsham Road and Limekiln Pike to provide additional capacity through the intersection and install two new traffic signals, 5-foot sidewalks, ADA ramps, and a new signalized pedestrian crossing.

Lower Gwynedd Township will receive more than $1 million for roadway widening, pedestrian upgrades and traffic signal improvements to improve efficiency and safety at the Bethlehem Pike, Norristown Road and Sumneytown Pike intersection.

The projects are part of $49 million in Multimodal Transportation Fund grants for 42 highway, bridge, transit, ports and waterways, and bike and pedestrian projects.

Representative Todd Stephens
151st District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: David Foster
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