December 10, 2019

The U.S. 422 Corridor continues to be one of the most congested roadways in Montgomery County with over 100,000 vehicles traveling it per day. Between 2015-2045, our population is expected to grow by 13.9 percent in Montgomery County, along with its employment increasing by 14.1 percent.

With an increasing population, we need to look at our commuting options...

November 14, 2019

The “422 My Way” initiative is promoting alternative travel methods in the hopes of addressing the worsening traffic conditions on the 422 corridor, writes Justin Heinze for the Phoenixville Patch.

The Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association wants to improve this situation through outreach and education on vanpooling, carpooling, publi...

November 13, 2019

With early morning commuters driving east on Route 422 to get to work as a backdrop, more than 40 officials gathered recently in a parking lot to launch a campaign to promote carpooling, biking and using public transportation.

The goal of the “422 My Way” campaign is to reduce congestion along the Route 422 corridor from King of Prussia to Reading.

Bicycles, a...

November 8, 2019

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA — A new initiative, "422 My Way," hopes to address the worsening traffic situation on the 422 corridor by promoting alternative travel methods.

The nonprofit GVF hopes to improve things through outreach and education on vanpooling, carpooling, public transit, and biking. Driving alone, they note, is a part of the reason there are so many v...

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