The following information is from PennDOT:
The work schedule is:
Mon.-Fri. (April 25-29) – One lane will be closed on eastbound and westbound County Line Road between Route 202 (Butler Pike) and Woodland Drive in New Britain Township and Montgomery Township in Montgomery County, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for gas main installation;
Mon-Fri. (April 25-29) – One lane will be closed on Upper State Road between County Line Road and Pickertown Road in New Britain and Warrington Townships from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for road widening; and
Mon.-Fri. (April 25-29) – One lane will be closed on eastbound and westbound County Line Road between Upper State Road and Stump Road in New Britain and Warrington Townships from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for material deliveries.
The work is part of PennDOT’s $13.5 million project to widen County Line Road from two lanes to five lanes between Route 202 (Doylestown Road) and Stump Road in Montgomery Township, Montgomery County and Warrington and New Britain townships, Bucks County.
Crews are widening 2.1 miles of County Line Road to include two travel lanes in each direction and a center turn lane and two five foot-shoulders. They also are installing concrete sidewalks, new traffic signals at Route 202 and Summer Ridge/Horizon Drive and sound walls at the Summer Ridge and Gwynmere housing developments.
In addition, the contractor is building a new intersection to connect County Line Road with the new Route 202 Parkway. The Route 202 Parkway approach to County Line Road will have two travel lanes in each direction: left turn lanes, a southbound right turn lane and a bicycle lane on the southbound side of the new Parkway.
County Line Road will have two travel lanes in each direction: right and left turn lanes, one five-foot shoulder and one four-foot shoulder on the southbound side that will tie into the Parkway’s shared-use path.