Grant Funding Supports Improvement of Vehicular Circulation at High Volume Intersection
• Grant Funding
• Design Review
• Permit Coordination
• Traffic Signal Review
The City of Coatesville was awarded a Department of Community Development (DCD) Grant for $700,000 to improve the signalized intersection of Lincoln Highway (SR0082/SR3070) and First Avenue (SR0082/3049), which intersects Lincoln Highway (SR0082/SR3070) at a 60-degree angle. CEDARVILLE was the City Engineer responsible for securing the grant funding, design, and coordination of the intersection. The objective of this intersection improvement project is to enhance the street network of the City of Coatesville at the geographically centralized intersection on a critical travel path in Chester County. The City has several goals for this project including pedestrian circulation enhancement, economic stimulus, improved vehicular circulation and promote safety.
CEDARVILLE provided support to the City to accomplish the redevelopment goals of the Downtown Revitalization District for the attraction of commercial, recreation, and residential uses at the high volume intersection while providing safe pedestrian passage and efficient vehicle movement. Our design team has been working with the local land owners, the Coatesville Redevelopment Authority, PennDOT, the Chester County Department of Community Development (CCDCD) and the Chester County Department of Economic Development to coordinate the design of the intersection with the restoration of the Coatesville Train Station and the planned extension of SEPTA service to that updated station.
Project Address: Lincoln Hwy & First Ave, Coatesville, PA 19320
Date of Completion: Ongoing
Construction Cost: $1,100,000.00
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