Route 30 Corridor Study - Reimagining Frazer

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The Route 30 Corridor Master Plan is a coordinated multimodal transportation and land use plan for the entire stretch of Route 30 through East Whiteland Township, generally between US 202 to the west and just west of Old Lincoln Highway to the east. The project is supported by grant funding from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) and East Whiteland Township. The project is a follow-up to recommendations in the Township’s Comprehensive Plan to promote Route 30 as a main street with a mix of land uses, improved multimodal transportation options, and reduced congestion. The plan includes the evaluation of transportation improvement alternatives and development of land use policies to achieve the Township’s vision and attract appropriate growth and redevelopment to the corridor. 

The Route 30 Corridor Study – Draft Report is available for review and comment.

Please send written comments on the Draft Report by June 11, 2018 to:

Zach Barner, Director of Planning and Development, zbarner@eastwhiteland.org 

Draft Report

• Cover and Table of Contents

• Executive Summary

1 – Background

2 – Key Issues

3 – Vision and Goals

4 – Transportation Plan

5 – Transportation Concept Plan

6 – Land Use Plan

7 – Achieving the Vision

Appendices

A – Reference Maps

B – Transportation Alternatives Evaluation

C – Transportation Concept Plan (Roll Plan Version)

D – Use Table

E – Design Guidelines – Zoning

F – Design Guidelines – SALDO



Route 30 Committee Members

  • Susan Drummond- Board of Supervisors
  • Deborah Abel- Planning Commission 
  • Peter Fixler- Planning Commission
  • John Laumer- Planning Commission
  • Eric Light- Route 30 Business Partnership
  • Chuck Barbera- ReMax/Parks and Recreation Committee
  • Brad Wolfe- Wolfe Automotive
  • Kerry Jones- Immaculata University
  • Bud Haly- Haly Associates, LLC
  • Staff Liaison 

Committee Meeting Dates

Starting at 7PM
  • June 15, 2017
  • August 24, 2017
  • Community Workshop, October 19, 2017
  • November 16, 2017
  • January 18, 2018
  • Community Workshop March 8, 2018 
  • April 12, 2018
  • Presentations made to the Board of Supervisors at their June 14, 2017 and May 9 meetings.