US 202 Operations Analysis

The US 202 Operations Analysis is a three-year project. The objective of this study is to make recommendations for operational improvements on US 202 within the study areas.

US Route 202 is a major interstate highway that runs from Delaware to Maine. The 59-mile stretch in Pennsylvania serves as a vital link to Delaware as well as an arterial that services the local region. Sections 100 and 200, which stretch from the Pennsylvania-Delaware Border to the US 202 intersection with US 30, traverse Chester and Delaware counties, as well as many townships and boroughs.


FY2020

FY20 US 202 Section 200 Operations Analysis logo

The DVRPC Office of Mobility Analysis and Design modeled existing conditions and future scenarios for US 202 Section 200 from Westtown Road to Boot Road. Operational improvements were identified, and five Build alternatives were evaluated for this corridor.

View the final report here [3.2 MB pdf]

FY2019

FY19 US 202 Section 200 Operations Analysis logo

The DVRPC Office of Mobility Analysis and Design modeled existing conditions and future scenarios for US 202 Section 100 from S. Matlack Street to Skiles Boulevard. Operational improvements were identified, and three distinct Build scenarios were evaluated for this corridor.

View the final report here [4.3 MB pdf]

Steering Committee

West Goshen Township, Westtown Township (FY19 only), Chester County Planning Commission, PennDOT, and DVRPC