ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY
Virtual Public Meeting for PA 63 (Sumneytown Pike)/PA 309 Connector Phase III
As part of PennDOT’s public outreach program, the department invites you to attend a live, virtual public meeting to obtain an update on the Phase III (Section HT3) project. The department will provide a presentation on the project at the start of the live, virtual public meeting, and then design team members will be available to answer questions and obtain feedback from those in attendance. Attendees will be able to submit questions and comments in the comment box feature of the virtual meeting.
The content of each meeting will be the same and we ask that attendees only sign up for one of the available time slots so that all who wish to attend can do so. Members of the public can view the project video and attend virtual meeting then provide feedback via the online comment form up until June 10th.
To sign up to attend one of the live, virtual public meetings, please click on the date and time that best fits your schedule. Interested citizens can attend either day, although it is recommended that residents of Franconia Township and Hatfield Township sign up for May 24 and residents of Hilltown Township sign up for May 25. This will assist in answering questions that will pertain to your township.
The purpose of the PA 63 (Sumneytown Pike)/PA 309 Connector Program is to provide improved system connectivity between Sumneytown Pike just north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike’s Lansdale Interchange to PA 309, encompassing a five-mile corridor located in Montgomery and Bucks Counties, PA. As part of the program, a series of projects are being developed to address traffic congestion, safety, and roadway deficiencies. The projects will enhance overall quality of life by reducing congestion, supporting economic development initiatives, and fulfilling the region’s transportation goals.