Road Work


Speed Reduction on Naamans Creek Road (SR 0491) - Per the request of Concord Township, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, the existing 45 MPH speed limit along Naamans Creek Road (SR 0491) between Wilmington Pike (SR 0202) and Garnet Mine Road (SR 3038) will be reduced to 35 MPH. The speed reduction creates a consistent 35 MPH speed limit zone along the entire length of Naamans Creek Road (SR 0491) between Wilmington Pike (SR 0202) and the Delaware State line.

2017 Concord Township Road Program:

Details for the 2017 Road Program will be available in the spring of 2017.


2016 Concord Township Road Program:

The Road Program for 2016 has been completed.

Storm sewer, curb and/or paving repairs at the following locations were a part of the 2016 Township Road Program: 

  1. Cambridge Drive
  2. Marlborough Lane
  3. Merion Drive
  4. Perkins Lane
  5. Fox Valley Lane
  6. Ivy Lane (from Dougherty to Fox Valley Lane)
  7. Dougherty Boulevard (minor storm sewer repair only)
  8. John Hannum Circle
  9. Wolverton Way
  10. Featherbed Lane (Approx. 1,600 LF between Bethel Road & Conchester Highway)
  11. Intersection of Park & Wendy Lane
  12. Portions of Aldan Avenue (from Lacrue Avenue to Thornton Road)

Striping was also completed on the following roads:

  1. Featherbed Lane
  2. Temple Road
  3. Spring Valley Road (from Township border to Fellowship Drive)
  4. Majority of Brinton Lake Road
  5. Majority of Evergreen Drive

PennDOT completed paving repairs for the entire length of:

  1. Stoney Bank Road (SR 4009)

Contact the Township at with any questions or comments regarding Township work.

PennDOT should be contacted regarding state roads

PennDOT Improvements:

PennDOT roadwork continues in Concord Township.  Visit the Township’s Route 322 Improvement Project page for project information, updates and announcements.

05/19/2017 PennDOT Project Update:

  • US 322 East & West (Conchester Hwy.) - between US Route 1 (Baltimore Pike) & Clayton Park Drive
    03/20/17 – 10/20/17
    PERIODIC LANE RESTRICTIONS – Weekdays 9 A.M. – 3 P.M. and 7 P.M. – 6 A.M.
    for reconstruction and road widening
  • US 202 North (Wilmington Pike) - between Christy Drive & US 1 (Baltimore Pike)
    05/01/17 – 06/02/17
    LANE RESTRICTIONS – Weeknights.  7 P.M. – 5 A.M.
    for utility installation

Any questions regarding permitted PennDot project work can be directed to their attention at 610-480-1935.

The above is subject to change.  PennDOT should be contacted regarding all
state roads.

For more roadway maintenance information, visit:


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from any phone to check traffic conditions on major highways before heading out.

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Traffic Light


Adaptive Traffic Signal System:

In late October 2015, the InSync Adaptive Traffic Signal System is scheduled to be operational on Route 202.  This system, originally installed by Concord Township on Baltimore Pike in 2014, is being extended down Route 202 from Oakland Road to Johnson Farm Lane via a grant from PennDOT’s Automatic Red Light Enforcement (ARLE) program.  The grant was applied for on behalf of Concord and Chadds Ford Townships and the project, like the Baltimore Pike project, is being completed at no cost to the Townships.   Note that the intersections of Route 202 & Hillman and Route 202 & Applied Card will be upgraded at the same time by the developer of the Brandywine Mills project.

The InSync system, developed by Rhythm Engineering, utilizes video detection cameras for each intersection approach to determine how many vehicles are waiting in each lane, and how long they have been there.  The system uses this information to decide which approach should receive a green light, and how long the green phase should last.

The InSync system has significantly reduced waiting times on Route 1 and we are looking forward to the extension down Route 202.  We appreciate everyone’s patience as this system becomes operational; please be aware of new traffic patterns.  Please feel free to send any comments, observations or complaints to