MEDIA – Rep. Chris Quinn (R-Delaware) today announced Middletown Township, Media Borough and Upper Providence Township have been awarded transportation grants from the Multimodal Transportation Fund.
“I am pleased that communities in my district have been awarded these grants to improve our transportation and ensure pedestrian safety,” said Quinn. “The grants are incredible opportunities for our area and I’m eager to see how these projects will make our communities better.”
Middletown Township has been awarded $2 million for construction of a Loop Road near the PA Route 452 and U.S. Route 1 intersection. This extremely important Loop Road will result in two new signalized intersections and feature new connections to the existing CVS and Chick-Fil-A, in addition to a planned service road featuring a proposed Wawa and new bank.
Media Borough has been awarded $100,000 for the implementation of safer crosswalks featuring the installation of pedestrian signals with audible, vibrotactile and visual features. In addition to these features, the project will also include new crosswalks, pedestrian signage and ADA-compliant curbs.
Upper Providence Township has been awarded $100,000 for streetscape improvements including design and construction of crosswalks, ADA curb ramps, signage, pavement markings, and pedestrian school flashing warning devices along North Providence Road and Sandybank Road.
These projects are funded by Multimodal Transportation Fund Program.
Representative Chris Quinn
168th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Rene Morrow