A decades-spanning procession of antique cars christened the asphalt of the Route 202 Parkway — a bypass 60 years in the making — yesterday afternoon. Total price tag for the 8.4-mile road, which joins Welsh Road in Montgomery Township to Route 611 in Doylestown and is expected to alleviate congestion on surrounding roads by becoming congested itself, was $200 million. [Inquirer]
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