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Pennsylvania Turnpike to close overnight July 25 between Lansdale and Quakertown interchanges

Six-hour, overnight closure needed for bridge beam removal on the Northeastern Extension

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The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission advises motorists that the Northeastern Extension (I-476) will be closed in both directions on Sunday, July 25 from 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m. between the Lansdale Interchange, Exit 31, Montgomery County, and the Quakertown Interchange, Exit 44, Bucks County.

The closure is necessary so crews can safely remove bridge beams. The bridge, which carries Upper Ridge Road over the Turnpike, is at milepost A40.13 in Bucks County.

Pennsylvania State Police and Turnpike personnel will be positioned at the impacted areas to assist drivers. Digital message signs will also provide information on closures and detours. Motorists are encouraged to plan travel accordingly. Work schedules are subject to change based on weather conditions.

Northbound Detour

Exit at the Lansdale Interchange, Exit 31. Turn left onto State Route 63 east (Sumneytown Pike). Take State Route 63 east to US Route 202 north to State Route 309 north to State Route 663 south. Re-enter the PA Turnpike at the Quakertown Interchange, Exit 44.

Southbound Detour

Exit at the Quakertown Interchange, Exit 44. Turn left onto State Route 663 north (John Fries Highway). Take State Route 663 north to State Route 309 south to US Route 202 south to State Route 63 west.  Re-enter the PA Turnpike at the Lansdale Interchange, Exit 31.

Pink (southbound detour) and purple (northbound detour) detour signs will also be posted along the detour route for motorists to follow.


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