Phoenixville Region Multi-Modal Transportation Study now Available

Phoenixville Region Multi-Modal Transportation Study now Available

July 25, 2018

We are pleased to announce that we completed the Phoenixville Region Multimodal Transportation Study with the help of various partners and stakeholders. The plan will serve as a guiding document for multimodal transportation improvements in the Phoenixville region, which includes the borough along with Charlestown, East Pikeland, Schuylkill, and West Vincent in Chester County and Upper Providence in neighboring Montgomery County.

Since nearly 84 percent of the residents in this area currently commute to work by driving alone, this plan looks at ways to diversify transportation modes in the Phoenixville region. Of the 26 projects associated with this plan, the study committee identified 13 priority projects, ranging from trails to intersection improvements.

This project also addresses the limitations of the current conditions for walking, biking, and transit use and focuses on ways to handle key challenges, including gaps in the network, lack of connections between urban and suburban centers, and lack of access to public transportation. The plan identifies potential capital improvements and programming initiatives to increase the safety and efficiency of the transportation network regardless of age, ability, or mode of travel. View the plan.

If you would like to promote the plan, please use the sample language at the bottom of this email on your website, social media accounts, and newsletter. If you have any questions about the partner toolkit below, please contact Communications Specialist Danielle Lynch at If you have any other questions, please contact Transportation Services Director Brian Styche at

Thank you for your consideration.