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CSP Overview & Schedule


Study Overview

The I-95 Central to South Philadelphia (CSP) Planning Study is evaluating opportunities for improvement of 8.5 miles of highway, including interchanges, traffic flow, and infrastructure. The study takes account of environmental resources, such as natural, historic, and cultural resources, and potential environmental impacts. Feedback from a diverse set of stakeholders is also an important consideration.


Overall Corridor Goal

The study will rebuild aging infrastructure and promote efficient highway operations that support neighborhoods and access to important expanding economic hubs.

The study evaluates improved connections between I-95 and City streets and aims to create a seamless transportation experience. The plan also addresses construction staging approaches that will minimize traffic and neighborhood disruptions.


CSP Overview & Schedule


Project Overview

The I-95 Central to South Philadelphia (CSP) Planning Study is evaluating opportunities for improvement of 8.5 miles of highway, including interchanges, traffic flow, and infrastructure. The study takes account of environmental resources, such as natural, historic, and cultural resources, and potential environmental impacts. Feedback from a diverse set of stakeholders is also an important consideration.


Overall Project Goal

The project will rebuild aging infrastructure and promote efficient highway operations that support neighborhoods and access to important expanding economic hubs.

The study plans to improve connections between I-95 and city streets and create a seamless transportation experience. The plan also addresses construction staging approaches that will minimize traffic and neighborhood disruptions.



I-95 Sector B Reconstruction Process


Stakeholders

PennDOT will work with local stakeholders throughout the study to clarify and prioritize issues and communicate project messages to the public. This collaborative group is called a Sustainable Action Committee (SAC) and is made up of municipal agencies, major non-profit organizations with a transportation focus, PennDOT, and other relevant local, state, and federal agencies.