Casino promised a badly needed I-76 on-ramp in South Philly. Now it wants to do a U-turn. Andrew Maykuth, The Philadelphia Inquirer · August 13, 2019 at 7:14 am Anybody who has been ensnared in traffic after a big event at the city’s sports complex knows that access to the Schuylkill Expressway in South Philadelphia is scarce. Five ramps take motorists east to New Jersey. But there is just one on-ramp, only for northbound traffic on Broad Street, that grudgingly allows vehicles to enter onto I-76 toward Valley Forge. That ramp is so sharply curved that it has a posted 10-mph speed limit. Neighbors near the sports complex thought they hit the jackpot in 2014 when competitors for the city’s second casino license promised to build a new westbound I-76 on-ramp on Seventh Street.