PennDOT is working to finish up its rerouting of Balligomingo Road and hopes to reopen the newly realigned intersection by May 23. To enhance travel and safety for the nearly 20,000 motorists who drive through the intersection each day, crews have worked the past two years to rebuild a 1,000-foot-long section of Route 23 (Front Street) between Route 320 (Swedeland Road) and Matsonford Road and construct a new 600-foot-long section of Balligomingo Road and move it 400 feet to the west to create the new “T” Intersection at Route 23 (Front Street).
This week, crews are also scheduled to remove the temporary traffic signals that were erected for this project at the intersections of Trinity Road and Holstein Road (Route 320), and Trinity Road and Balligomingo Road.
Loftus Construction, Inc. of Cinnaminson, N.J. is the general contractor on the $4,799,000 project that is financed with 100 percent state funds.
This intersection improvement project is a partnership between West Conshohocken Borough and PennDOT. The borough financed and performed the engineering design phase of the project and PennDOT managed construction.