Delaware County Transportation Improvements Inventory

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Delaware County is developing an inventory to create a better transportation network.

The Delaware County Planning Department is developing a transportation improvements inventory (TII) to help guide future transportation investment. The TII is a list of roadway, bridge, bicycle, pedestrian and transit improvements that will help Planners understand transportation needs across the county. Eventually it will serve as the County’s comprehensive inventory of desired improvements to our transportation network.

The TII includes potential projects identified by municipalities and is supplemented with recommendations from the Delaware County Transportation Plan. There are a total of more than 140 projects in this first edition of the TII.

We would like to thank the municipalities who responded to our request for projects in 2018. We appreciate the opportunity to partner with you on this initiative.  Municipalities who did not participate will have the opportunity to do so during our call for projects next year.

Staff will make use of the inventory when the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s Transportation Improvement Program is updated every two years. We will also work with municipalities when federal and state funding opportunities arise, alerting them of grants for eligible projects in the TII and providing technical assistance with grant applications.

Questions about the Transportation Improvements Inventory? Contact the Planning Department at 610-891-5200 or


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