Listed below are
answers to questions that are frequently asked by the public about the
I-95/Scudder Falls Bridge Improvement Project. Visit this page often
for new Frequently Asked Questions.
What does Level of Service mean?
the project create better than an LOS D?
When will construction for this project begin? How long will it take to complete the project once construction begins?
Why was an Environmental Assessment (EA) prepared for this project?
What is the
Preferred Alternative and how was it determined?
Who is paying
for this project? How much will it cost?
Will the Commission
seek federal funding for this project?
Why will the Commission need to start charging a toll at this location to pay the costs of this bridge project?
What are the
various types of environmental studies that were conducted for
the Commission need to survey private properties in the vicinity of the project?
How will I know
if someone will be on my property?
Will additional right-of-way
be acquired to carry out the project? Will homes be "taken?"
walls being planned as part of this project?
Will the replacement bridge
be accessible to pedestrians and bicyclists?
Will the project
accommodate public transportation including a possible extension
of the Route 1 Bus Rapid Transit?
systems management (TSM) and transportation demand management (TDM) strategies considered
as part of this project?
Incidents on the
Scudder Falls Bridge cause serious traffic impacts on local roads. Are ITS incident management strategies planned?
project be consistent with Pennsylvania and New Jersey smart growth objectives?
How does the
PA Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project affect this project?
How can the
public get involved?
How did the
Commission go about working with local officials and other stakeholders on this project?
have been raised by residents, officials, interest groups and other stakeholders?