Road closures are no longer required at railroad crossings in Conshohocken

On September 11th, the Borough of Conshohocken sent a notice that four railroad crossings remained damaged from the storm, and it would take more than six weeks to fix the crossings. The plan was to close the crossings at Cherry, Poplar, and Harry streets for repairs and keep the Ash Street crossing open while these repairs took place. Once the three crossings were repaired, the one at Ash Street would close for repairs.

During this period, the trains would run but stop at Ash Street to do a visual check that the crossing was clear and move through slowly.

However, two days later the situation had totally changed. Now there will be no road closures and the trains will run as normal starting today (September 13th) due to repairs made over the weekend.