Bike-Friendly Resurfacing Program

The DVRPC/PennDOT Connects Bike-Friendly Resurfacing Program is an effort to identify roads for potential investment in bike friendly improvements as part of regularly scheduled PennDOT resurfacing projects. This effort is being coordinated between the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC), PennDOT District 6, the four suburban counties in the Philadelphia region (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties), and the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia with the goal of identifying roads that are good candidates for bicycle facilities.


Projects

Completed Projects
County Road Name Municipalities Facility Type Mileage
Bucks Main Street (SR 152) Chalfont Borough Sharrows 0.9 miles
Bucks Second Street Pike (SR 232) Upper Southampton Buffered bike lanes 1.2 miles
Delaware Chester Rd/Providence Ave (SR 320) Swarthmore, Chester City, Springfield Bike lanes/sharrows/signage 4.5 miles
Montgomery Darby Road (SR 2005) Haverford Striped shoulders 1.5 miles
Montgomery Limekiln Pike (SR 152) Horsham Bike lanes/sharrows 1.1 miles
Montgomery Montgomery Ave/Jacksonville Rd (SR 332) Hatboro Bike lanes (along Jacksonville) 0.5 miles
In the Pipeline
County Road Name Municipalities Facility Type
Bucks Hulmeville Road (SR 513) Hulmeville, Middletown, Penndel Bike lanes/striped shoulders
Chester Kennett Pike (SR 0052) Kennet, Pennsbury Bike lanes
Delaware Church Lane (SR 2001) Upper Darby Buffered bike lanes/bike lanes/striped shoulders
Delaware Lansdowne Ave (2005) Lansdowne, Yeadon Bike lanes/sharrows
Delaware Providence Road (SR 2010) Upper Darby Striped shoulders
Montgomery Fitzwatertown Road Abington, Upper Dublin Buffered bike lanes
Montgomery Ford Street (SR 3055) Bridgeport Bike lanes
Montgomery Johnson Highway/Belvoir Road (SR 3017) East Norriton, Norristown Bike lanes
Montgomery Morris Road (SR 2001) Upper Gwynedd, Whitpain, Worcester Bike lanes

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