Road work is set to begin on August 14 at the intersection of DeKalb Pike and Mall Boulevard and Mall Boulevard from DeKalb Pike to a point 150 feet north of DeKalb Pike in order to replace the existing 12-inch cast iron water main. The new 12-inch ductile iron main will increase service reliability, reduce the potential for discolored water and improve firefighting capabilities in the area.
Work hours for the project will be 8PM to 6AM and are expected to be completed in October of 2016.
If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Aqua at 610.430.0747.
The KOP Rail Coalition endorses the PECO/TURNPIKE/FIRST AVENUE route and believes that it will drive the most economic development benefit, create the most number of new jobs, access the largest number of existing jobs, all while minimizing visual and physical impacts on adjacent property owners.
In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, all four of the King of Prussia District’s (KOP-BID) theconnector commuter shuttle buses were converted from gasoline to Propane AutoGas, with the assistance of King of Prussia-based King Limousine and Transportation Services, Inc. and Sharp Energy, a subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation.
“I endorse the King of Prussia Rail Extension project. There are over 7,500 employees who work at King of Prussia Mall as well as 20 million visitors who frequent the mall each year. The rail extension would reduce travel time for both employees and customers as well as reduce congestion in the area.”
– Robert Hart, General Manager
Simon Property Group, King of Prussia Mall
“The King of Prussia Rail Extension project is a transformative project for King of Prussia, Montgomery County and our region. As a not-for-profit that advocates for smart transportation investments, we [GVF] strongly support the King of Prussia Rail Extension Project.”
– Rob Henry, Executive Director GVF
“I strongly support investing in multi-modal transportation efforts like the Norristown High Speed Line extension and theconnector. Efforts like these, if done right, are critical to long-term economic vitality and job growth in the region.”
-State Representative Tim Briggs
Member, State Transportation Committee
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