PennDOT’s massive, multi-phase reconstruction and revival project along the heavily-traveled I-95 is well underway, and commuters are feeling its major effects.
The “95 Revive” plan, set for completion in 2023, is affecting traffic in many communities across the Greater Philadelphia region. While the work has yet to begin in Delaware County, DCTMA has been working closely with PennDOT, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC), and SEPTA to keep commuters updated with the latest information.
Tuesday, June 28th, DCTMA hosted an Information Breakfast at the Clarion Hotel in Essington. Our member companies and other business owners and leaders along the I-95 corridor gathered for the event. Featured speakers included Elaine Elbich, P.E., Design Portfolio Manager for PennDOT; Stacy Bartels, Marketing Manager, DVRPC; Erin Burke, Associate Marketing Manager, DVRPC; Jen Scimone, Sr. Sales Development Specialist, SEPTA; and DCTMA Executive Director Cecile Charlton. The panel offered a project update and timeline, as well as various commuting alternatives for employers and their employees.
For more details about PennDOT’s long-term, multi-phase initiative to rebuild and improve Interstate 95 in Pennsylvania visit 95revive.com
SEPTA’s Jen Scimone
PennDOT’s Elaine Elbich, P.E.
To view the PowerPoint presentations, click on each link.
For more information on a better way to commute along I-95, go to www.dvrpc.org/commute95.
Or contact us at www.dctma.org or 610-892-9440.