Downingtown Area Transportation Study

Downingtown Area Transportation Study

This two-year study is being undertaken by the DVRPC Office of Mobility Analysis and Design in partnership with Chester County Planning Commission. The study goal is to provide analysis to support further study, capital project development, and transportation project funding in the Downingtown area. The study began in July 2019 and concluded in early 2022.

Study Report

A report summarizing the study recommendations is available here.

Online Public Meetings

May 2021

On 5/18 and 5/20, DVRPC and the Chester County Planning Commission hosted two online public meetings to review the work done in the second year of the study and to share findings and recommendations.

View the Recorded Public Meeting

Originally recorded on May 20, 2021 at 7 PM

October 2020

On 10/13 and 10/21, the project team hosted two online public meetings to present the study scope and initial findings. Participants had a chance to ask questions and share their preferences for traveling around the area in the future.

View the Recorded Public Meeting

Originally recorded on October 21, 2020 at 7 PM

View the presentation slides

Questions can be sent to

Steering Committee

The project steering committee is composed of members from the following organizations and agencies:

  • Chester County Planning Commission (CCPC)
  • Downingtown Borough
  • East Brandywine Township
  • Caln Township
  • West Bradford Township
  • East Bradford Township
  • East Caln Township
  • Uwchlan Township
  • West Whiteland Township
  • SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority)
  • TMACC (Transportation Management Association of Chester County)
  • Krapf Bus
  • PennDOT (Pennsylvania Department of Transportation)
Air Quality Partnership
Annual Report
Connections 2050
Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)
Economic Development District