PennDOT has Reopened Local State Highways Closed Due to Flooding

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has reopened 19 state highways including eastbound and westbound Interstate 76 (Schuylkill Expressway) at the U.S. 202 Interchange in Upper Merion Township following Monday’s flash flooding.

The following state highways in Montgomery County have been reopened:

  • Conshohocken Road/Fairfield Road/Elm Street at Diamond Avenue in Plymouth Township;
  • Butler Pike/Matsonford Road/Fayette Street between Hillside Avenue and the Interstate 476 Interchange in Lower Merion Township.
  • Croton Road/Radnor Road between the Chester County line and Gulph Road in Upper Merion Township;
  • Water Street Road/Mill Road between Grange Avenue and Skippack Creek Road in Skippack Township;
  • Henderson Road/Beidler Road/Abrams Road at Beidler Road in Upper Merion Township;
  • Trinity Lane between Holstein Road and Swedeland Road in Upper Merion Township; and

Route 320 (South Gulph Road) remains closed between Upper Gulph Road/Old Gulph Road and Arden Road in Upper Merion Township. During the closure, motorists will be detoured over Arden Road and Upper Gulph Road.