Final design for Phase I (HAT) was completed on June 4, 2009. The project’s bid package was published by PennDOT for contractor bidding. Allan A. Myers was the low bidder with a bid of $22,941,595.01. The Phase I construction was completed in May 2012.
S.R. 1058, Section HT2 (Phase II)
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is conducting preliminary engineering on Phase II (Section HT2). This includes the analysis and design work of extending Wambold Road (S.R. 1058) on a proposed new alignment from its current terminus at Allentown Road to Township Line Road. The project will enhance Township Line Road from Cowpath Road to Hatfield Souderton Pike.
Upon successful completion of preliminary engineering, project development will advance to the final design and right-of-way acquisition phases.
PennDOT conducted an Open House Public Plans Display to inform the community about the project on Thursday, October 19, 2017. Members of the project team were present to answer questions and receive input on the preliminary design.Community Involvement
Public outreach, community engagement and local participation in the development of the Sumneytown Pike/PA 309 Connector Project is of high value and importance. Questions, comments and opinions received from stakeholders inform the process from the initial planning phases until completion.
Coordination with stakeholders through public meetings and briefings will take place throughout the life of the project with the goal of enhancing the exchange of information and opinions between the public and project team. In addition, members of the project team biannually attend the Franconia City Council meeting to present the latest project news and information.
Information about the Open House Public Plans Display was published in the October 5, 2017 addition of The Times Herald. Residents, businesses and elected officials immediately adjacent to the project corridor also received information in the mail.