Improvement Projects

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The Township is continuously looking for ways to improve the transportation network and stormwater infrastructure within the Township. With more than 200 miles of roadway, the Township prioritizes streets each year to be resurfaced or examined for pedestrian, bicyclist, storm-water and/or safety  improvements. In 2018, the Township established a construction services division within the Engineering and Code Department to expedite Township maintenance on local roadways, while cutting cost. 

Many major roadways within Abington are PennDOT owned or needs exceed the financial and technical capacity of the Township. Subsequently, the Township has partnered with Montgomery County, PennDOT and federal entities for support with major projects. Such partnerships have resulted in the securing of grant funding and needed resources to move critical improvement projects forward such as the one listed below. 

 

Local Improvement Projects

Ardsley Wildlife Sanctuary
Best Management Practice Control Measures for Roychester Park
Paving List (Abington)

 

Major Improvement Projects

Abington-Jenkintown Connections
Abington TAP trail
Edge Hill Road and Tyson Avenue Reconstruction Project
Fitzwatertown/Woodland/North Hills Roads Signal Upgrades
Mt. Carmel Avenue and North Hills Road Signal Upgrades
Old York Road and Susquehanna Road Intersection Improvements
Welsh Road Corridor Signal Upgrades

 

Additional Resources

DVRPC Long Range Plan
DVRPC Transportation Improvement Program
Montgomery County Roads and Bridges Department
PennDOT District 6