Ongoing & Completed Projects

Roads and Bridges personnel are constantly working to keep County bridges and roads in good repair. 

  • Repairing our bridges. Montgomery County owns and maintains 131 bridges and culverts. The County has made it a priority to repair or replace all Structurally Deficient bridges in its inventory by 2026. To date, the County has cut its inventory of structurally deficient bridges from 53 (40%) in 2017 to 23 bridges (18%) today. 
  • Repairing our roads. Over the last five years, 75 miles of County-owned roads have been repaved. By end of 2023, Montgomery County expects to have resurfaced all 150 lane miles of County-owned roads. All current road projects now include high visibility epoxy paint applied to center lines, shoulders, and intersections markings to help keep travelers safe.

2023 Project Schedules

Ongoing Projects

Montgomery County's Roads and Bridges team works tirelessly to ensure the projects they take on are completed safely, on time and on budget. See below for a rundown of the projects they are currently overseeing.

Guiderail replacement is scheduled to take place at multiple locations throughout the County for roughly four weeks commencing on Oct. 2, 2023.

Work will be performed during the day between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Motorists are advised of travel restrictions at the following locations:

  • County Bridge No. 112 – Line Lexington Road over Neshaminy Creek, Hatfield Township
  • County Bridge No. 115 – Unionville Pike over Branch of Neshaminy Creek, Hatfield Township
  • County Bridge No. 149 – Shelly Road over East Branch of Perkiomen Creek, Upper Salford Township
  • County Bridge No. 231 – Peevy Road over Perkiomen Creek, Upper Hanover Township
  • County Bridge No. 293 – Buck Road over Macoby Creek, Upper Hanover Township
  • County Bridge No. 295 – Dietz Mill Road over Ridge Valley Creek, Salford Township
  • Geryville Pike Culvert – Geryville Pike at Hendricks Road, Marlborough Township
  • Butler Pike – Butler Pike at Narcissa Road, Plymouth Township
  • Knight Road – Knight Road at View Road, Upper Hanover Township
  • Old Sumneytown Pike– Old Sumneytown Pike at Bergey Road, Upper Salford Township
  • Swamp Pike – Swamp Pike at Schaffer Road, New Hanover Township

Drivers are advised to allow extra time when traveling through the work area because backups and delays will occur. All scheduled activities are weather dependent and subject to change.

Completed Projects

Montgomery County's Roads and Bridges team takes tremendous pride in helping our residents and visitors reach their destinations safely and efficiently. See below for an look at some of the most recent projects they've completed. 

The 2023 County Bridge Maintenance was completed in July 2023 by Road-Con, Inc. of West Chester, PA.  The project consisted of the maintenance, repair and other associated work at four (4) County-maintained bridges:

  • County Bridge No. 69 – Sumneytown Pike over Branch of Towamencin Creek, Upper Gwynedd Township. The scope of work at this location included backfilling the channel scour under the bridge and installation of rock protection along the near abutment.
  • County Bridge No. 73 – Swedesford Road over Wissahickon Creek, Upper Gwynedd Township and Lower Gwynedd Township. The scope of work at this location includes constructing rock protection along both abutments and pier, repointing the entire deteriorated stone masonry upstream wall and rebuilding the damaged portions of the near left and far left wingwalls, and removing the sediment deposits along the near right bank.
  • County Bridge No. 118 – Keith Valley Road over Park Creek, Horsham Township. The scope of work at this location includes constructing rock protection along the abutments and pier and underpinning the pier, repointing the deteriorated stone masonry, rebuilding the damaged portions of the near left wingwall barrier, removing the sediment deposits and debris beneath Span 1, along the near abutment, and beneath Span 2 along the pier, and backfilling the scour holes throughout the channel in Span 2.
  • County Bridge No. 295 – North Dietz Mill Road over Ridge Valley Creek, Salford Township. The scope of work at this location includes underpinning the far abutment and far left wing wall and constructing rock protection along the far abutment and far left wing wall.