This Friday the Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) will host a Fall Luncheon featuring the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) Jennie Granger.
Granger, head of the railways department as well as Aviation Director, will discuss the initiatives, goals and strategies for the future of Chester County’s five major train stations (Paoli, Downingtown, Coatesville, Parkesburg and Exton) based on PennDOT’s Plan The Keystone study.
“The Keystone Corridor is an asset to Chester County residents, businesses and elected officials,” said TMACC Executive Director, P. Timothy Phelps. “We continue to witness strong ridership growth. The initiatives proposed by PennDOT to improve the needs of these rapidly growing train stations directly benefits riders and improves service. Our Luncheon will provide ideas and realistic answers from Jennie Granger which will shed light into the future of these transportation hubs.”
On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 from 4:00 PM until 9:00 PM, the Londonderry Township Supervisors in conjunction with PennDOT representatives will hold an Open House.
All Londonderry residents are invited to come and share their ideas and opinions regarding the intersection of Route 41 and Route 926.
This is to be a sharing of ideas as to the best way to make this intersection safer and more driver friendly.
All ideas, drawings and sketches are welcome.
The Supervisors and PennDOT representatives will be available to answer any questions, but more importantly to listen to solutions presented by its residents.