Benesch designed this 3.75 mile, 4-lane arterial highway on new alignment. Our services included alternative alignment studies, design of 12 structures, an area wide traffic study, traffic signal design, environmental mitigation design, public coordination, preparation of right-of-way plans, and preparation of construction plans and specifications. The project included interchanges at SR 100 and Brookside Road (SR 2017) as well as intersection improvements at SR 222 and Kressler Road; and Centronia Road and Grange Road. New intersections were constructed where Mill Creek Road and Krocks Road intersect with Hamilton Boulevard.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
SR 222 “Trexlertown Bypass”
Lehigh County, PA
- New highway design on new alignment
- Alternatives Allignment Studies