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  • Easton Road/RT 611
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Easton Road and New Britain Road Roundabout Project (PennDOT)

The project is located at the intersections of Easton Road and New Britain Road in Doylestown Township, Bucks County. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) District 6-0 identified the intersections as high crash locations.

To address the safety concerns, the existing two-way stop-controlled intersections will be replaced with single-lane roundabouts. The roundabouts will reduce the number of conflict points with which road users interact. These improvements will provide a safe and efficient intersection that will serve existing traffic while allowing for more development in the area. Pedestrian and bicycle mobility will be increased at the intersection with ADA-compliant curb ramps and connections to the Doylestown Bike and Hike Trails. Bus stops will be improved for SEPTA Bus Route 55 and Doylestown Area Transit (DART) users.

Project Updates:

Beginning on Thursday, February 1, through the summer of 2024 - New Britain Road will be reduced 24/7 to one lane between Easton Road and Rolling Hill Boulevard. During the lane closure motorists will be directed to use Lower State Road, U.S. 202 and Easton Road. View the Detour Map

PennDOT provided the Township with an update on the project on May 3, 2022. To view the presentation from the Meetings/Agendas page.

Links on information about roundabouts from PennDOT

Public Meeting Held on March 11, 2021


A map of the overall area where the construction will take place. Construction is tentatively slated to begin in 2022-2023.

For More information please visit the PennDOT website.