Upper Merion Township is pleased to announce the commencement of the Brownlie Road Bridge Rehabilitation Project, made possible through a generous grant from PennDOT. This vital infrastructure initiative aims to improve the condition and safety of the Brownlie Road Bridge. The project has progressed to the bidding phase, with the awarding of the contract anticipated during the November Board of Supervisors meeting.
Project Highlights: The Brownlie Road Bridge Rehabilitation Project is a crucial endeavor that underscores our commitment to maintaining safe and efficient transportation infrastructure for our community. As part of this project, the existing bridge will undergo comprehensive rehabilitation to address structural integrity, safety concerns, and overall functionality.
Why It Matters: Infrastructure improvements are vital to ensure the continued safety and convenience of our community. The Brownlie Road Bridge is an important link in our local transportation network, and these upgrades will help extend its service life, reduce maintenance costs, and improve safety for all who use it.
Accessing Project Details: We encourage all residents and stakeholders to review the project plans, which can be accessed here. These plans provide comprehensive insights into the scope and objectives of the project.
The Township will continue to keep the community updated as the project progresses. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated as we work together to enhance our local infrastructure and keep Upper Merion a great place to live, work, and play.