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Route 29 All-Electronic Interchange Project

The Pennsylvania Turnpike's new Route 29 All-Electronic Interchanges (Exit 320) is now open and accessible from Route 29/Morehall Road and Atwater Drive.

The new interchange, with eastbound and westbound entry and exit ramps, provides a clear alternative to US Route 202 and other local roads that serve the busy Route 29 Corridor. In addition to shortening commuter travel times, the new interchange will ease congestion at the neighboring interchanges at Valley Forge (Exit 326) and Downingtown (Exit 312), providing relief for an often overloaded local road system.

The new Exit 320 at Route 29 is an all-electronic interchange for the exclusive use by E-ZPass customers.

Project Summary

Project Summary: Construction of an All-Electronic (E-ZPass only) full Interchange for the Route 29 Corridor at Milepost 320 between the existing interchanges at Downingtown #312 and Valley Forge #326.

Construction Start: March 2011

Construction Completion: December 2012

Project Cost: $60 Million
(Construction, Engineering, Inspection)

General Contractor: Alan A. Myers, Worcester, PA