U.S. Route 1 / Baltimore Pike Repaving
PennDOT has announced the repair and resurfacing of Baltimore Pike (US 1) from the Chester/Delaware County border in Chadds Ford Twp to Pole Cat Road in Concord Township. The project will include milling, paving overlay, paving rehabilitation, concrete patching/repair, new concrete medians, new striping, delineators and signage, guiderail upgrades and accessible ramps. The project will start Spring 2021 and run through the summer of 2022, with most construction occurring in off-peak hours and all lanes open during peak travel times.
2021 Concord Township Road Program
Concord Township is currently in the process of setting up the 2021 Road Program. If you have a township road that you wish to be evaluated, please contact the Township Office at 610-459-8911 or email@example.com.
PennDOT should be contacted regarding any state roads that run through Concord Township.
Additionally, the Township has created a GIS-based map that indicates road program history in addition to this year’s anticipated work.
See it here: https://bit.ly/ConcordRoadProgramHistory
PennDOT Road Work
PENNDOT ROADWAY MAINTENANCE HOTLINE: 1-800-FIX-ROAD.
Visit the PennDOT District 6 web page for information regarding PennDOT road projects in and around Concord Township.
Any questions regarding permitted PennDot project work should be directed to the Delaware County PennDOT Permit Department at 610-480-1935.
All road projects are subject to change; especially due to weather conditions. PennDOT should be contacted regarding all state roads.
PennDOT reminds motorists they can check traffic conditions before heading out:
- Follow on Twitter: www.twitter.com/511PAPhilly
- Visit the website: 511pa.com, or
- call 511 from any phone.
Adaptive Traffic Signal System
Used in Concord Township, the InSync Adaptive Traffic Signal System, developed by Rhythm Engineering, utilizes video detection cameras for each intersection approach to determine how many vehicles are waiting in each lane, and how long they have been there. The system uses this information to decide which approach should receive a green light, and how long the green phase should last.