Adelphia Gateway Project on Paoli Pike

You may have seen work being done on Paoli Pike across from the Goshen Village Shopping Center.  This is part of the Adelphia Gateway Project.

The Adelphia Gateway Project involves the conversion of a former oil pipeline to a natural gas transmission line. The project was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 2019.  The Adelphia Pipeline which runs thru the center of the Township has a valve station on Paoli Pike just north of the Goshen Village Shopping Center. As part of the project this valve will be convert to a blow down valve assembly, which would vent excess gas in the event of an emergency.

The work on Paoli Pike is expected to take about one month.  This is the only work that will take place in East Goshen.

The project involves the construction of  compressor stations in Quakertown and Marcus Hook, as well as additional sections of pipeline , meter stations and valves.

At the present time we do not have a date when the pipeline will be placed into service. Additional information is available on their website.

Adelphia started the work on April 6, 2021, on the valve station located on Paoli Pike across from the Village Shopping Center. At times, the traffic pattern may be affected. Please be cautious passing through.