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Central to South Philadelphia Planning Study (CSP)

Defining needs and limits for I-95 reconstruction from Center City to South Philadelphia


I-95 Section CSP 

PennDOT is working on a long-term, multi-phase study to rebuild and improve the I-95 corridor in southeastern Pennsylvania.

The I-95 CSP Planning Study seeks to define the purpose and need for highway reconstruction along “Sector B”, a six-mile stretch of Interstate from Spring Garden Street in Central Philadelphia to the Girard Point Bridge in South Philadelphia.

Key considerations include managing traffic congestion, improving highway operations, and supporting connections between I-95 and City streets and neighborhoods.

Click here to go to PennDOT’s virtual public meeting room to review the findings of the study and leave comments. You may also comment directly on the CSP study here.

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“This new approach to project planning and development expands the department’s requirements for engaging local and planning partners by requiring collaboration with stakeholders before project scopes are developed. PennDOT Connects aims to transform capital and maintenance project development by ensuring that community collaboration happens early, and that each project is considered in a holistic way for opportunities to improve safety, mobility, access, and environmental outcomes for all modes and local contexts.” PennDOT Connects Policy Statement


Public Meeting Room Materials

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“This new approach to project planning and development expands the department’s requirements for engaging local and planning partners by requiring collaboration with stakeholders before project scopes are developed. PennDOT Connects aims to transform capital and maintenance project development by ensuring that community collaboration happens early, and that each project is considered in a holistic way for opportunities to improve safety, mobility, access, and environmental outcomes for all modes and local contexts.” PennDOT Connects Policy Statement