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    Construction projects slated for week of June 10

    By NCPA Staff,

    2024-06-10

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    The following is a round-up of current PennDOT road work and construction projects in northcentral Pa.:

    Lycoming County

    A resurfacing project begins next week on Route 3004 (Valley Street) in Duboistown Borough and Armstrong Township.

    Starting Monday, June 10, Valley Street will be closed daily between just south of the Valley Inn restaurant in Duboistown Borough and the bridge over Mosquito Creek in Armstrong Township while the contractor begins work on the resurfacing project. A detour using Route 3004 (Jacks Hollow Road) and Route 654 will be in place while work is being performed. Work will be performed Mondays through Fridays between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

    Residents and deliveries will have access to homes within the project limits via flaggers at each end of the project.

    Big Rock Paving is the prime contractor for this $361,361 resurfacing project. Work on this project includes milling of the existing road, resurfacing, line painting, guide rail upgrades, and tree trimming. Work is anticipated to be completed by July 2024.

    Interstate 180 roadway project

    A two-year roadway project continues along Interstate 180 eastbound and westbound in Montoursville Borough, and Loyalsock, Fairfield, and Muncy townships.

    The week of Monday, June 10, the contractor will continue work on the new lighting system along the Interstate 180 westbound exit and entrance ramps at Exit 20 (Fairfield Road) and Broad Street. Motorists should expect the shoulder to be closed where work is being performed. Work will be performed between the hours of 5 a.m. and 2 p.m.

    Glenn O. Hawbaker is the prime contractor for this $11.4 million highway resurfacing project. Work in 2023 included mill and resurface of over 13 miles of roadway including entrance and exit ramps at Route 87 and the Fairfield Road interchanges, pavement marking, and epoxy of bridges throughout the work zone. Work in 2024 includes new lighting, guide rail upgrades, and signage. Work on this project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2024

    Route 220 bridge project

    A bridge project on Route 220 in Woodward Township continues this week. This project replaced the northbound structure carrying Route 220 over the Fourth Street off ramp and rehabilitated northbound structures over Antlers Lane and the Lycoming Valley Railroad during the 2023 construction season. The 2024 construction season will replace the southbound structure carrying Route 220 over the Fourth Street off ramp and rehabilitated southbound structures over Antlers Lane and the Lycoming Valley Railroad.

    Week of June 10

    The contractor will continue construction of the new structure over the Fourth Street ramp.The contractor will continue repairs to the structures over Antlers Lane and the railroad.

    TRAFFIC STATUS:

    All traffic is currently traveling on the northbound side of the highway. A movable barrier system separates the north and southbound traffic. This barrier system will be moved daily to ensure two lanes of travel northbound for the morning commute and two lanes southbound for the afternoon commute. During these times, the opposing direction of traffic will be restricted to one lane.

    The speed limit is reduced to 45 mph throughout the work zone. A 12-foot width restriction is in place for both north and southbound Route 220 traffic.

    Drivers can expect traffic to be controlled by the moveable barrier system until Fall 2024.

    Susquehanna Valley Construction Corporation is the prime contractor on this $18 million, multi-year bridge improvement project.

    The southbound structures are scheduled to be completed by fall of 2024.

    Route 220 southbound resurfacing

    A roadway resurfacing project continues on Route 220 southbound in Porter, Piatt, and Pine Creek townships.

    Structure Work

    The week of June 10, the contractor will continue deck repairs on the structure carrying Route 220 southbound over the railroad and install a concrete barrier along the right shoulder at the railroad underpass near the Route 287/220 interchange. Motorists can expect the right (driving) lane to be restricted where work is being performed.

    Resurfacing Project

    The contractor will begin to place a long-term lane restriction on Route 220 southbound starting just past the Route 287/220 interchange in Piatt Township to the structure over the railroad in Porter Township. Drivers can expect the right (driving) lane to be restricted. Work includes base repairs, milling of the road, paving, line painting, and guide rail upgrade.

    Work will be performed Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.

    HRI is the prime contractor for this $ 3.1 million resurfacing project. Work includes milling and resurfacing of over four miles of Route 220 southbound between the Route 287 in Piatt Township and Pine Creek in Pine Creek Township, Clinton County, including resurfacing the ramps at the Route 220/Route 44 interchange (Main Street) and Route 3027 interchange (Thomas Street) in Jersey Shore Borough. Additional work includes drainage upgrades, sawing and sealing of asphalt, bridge preservation on several structures, guiderail and concrete barrier upgrades, line painting, and traffic delineators. Work on this project is expected to be completed on in September of 2024.

    Gas main project in Montgomery Borough and Clinton Township

    A gas main project on Route 405 (Montgomery Street) continues through Friday, June 21. The project was originally expected to wrap up by June 7.

    The work on a gas main replacement is on Montgomery Street between Thomas Avenue and just east of School House Road. Drivers can expect single lane conditions with flagging where work is being performed. Work will be performed Mondays through Fridays between the hours 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.

    J.F. Kiely Construction Company is the contractor for this UGI gas main replacement project.

    Bradford County

    A four-year reconstruction project continues on Route 199 in Sayre and Athens. The 2.6-mile project is located .44-mile north of the intersection with Route 1056 (Front Street) in Athens Borough to the intersection with Interstate 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) at the New York state line in Sayre Borough. The project begins at the New York state line and works south. ​

    The week of Monday June 10, the contractor will perform paving of the base and binder course of the southbound lane between Pine and Vanderbilt Streets. Other work on this project includes drainage improvements, utility relocations, sidewalk and curb improvements, ADA curb ramp installations, traffic signal upgrades, driveway adjustments, signing and pavement markings and other miscellaneous construction.

    Detour information:

    Northbound cars will follow a .66-mile detour using East Pine Street, Wells Avenue, and East Frederick Street.

    Southbound cars will be maintained in the work zone.Truck traffic will follow a 7.7-mile detour using Route 220 and Interstate 17 (Southern Tier Expressway).

    Kriger Construction is the prime contractor on this $16.4 million, four-year roadway reconstruction project. The project is expected to be completed in the fall.

    Burlington Turnpike Road bridge project

    A bridge superstructure replacement project begins this week on Route 3009 (Burlington Turnpike Road) in Burlington Township.

    Beginning Monday, June 10 the contractor will begin bridge work on Burlington Turnpike Road, .3 miles southeast of Route 6.

    A detour using Route 6 and Route 3011 (Madigan Road) will be implemented and will remain in place until early September.

    LTT Trucking is the prime contractor for this $932,794 bridge superstructure replacement project. Work on this project includes bridge superstructure replacement and other miscellaneous construction and is expected to be completed in September of 2024.

    Tioga County

    A two-year roadway improvement project continues on Route 414 (Water Street), Route 2005 (Blockhouse Road), and Route 2007 (Williamson Road) in Liberty Borough and Liberty Township.

    The week of Monday, June 10, the contractor will continue stream relocation on Route 414 (High Street) between the intersection of Blockhouse Road and the North Penn Liberty High School. Drivers can expect single lane conditions with flagging. Work continues with utility relocations, cross pipe replacements, and drainage work in relation to the to replace the 84-inch culvert on Route 414.

    Long-Term Closure

    Water Street is closed in both directions between Shaffer Hill Road and just south of Bloss Mountain Road.

    A detour using Route 15 and Bloss Mountain Road will be in place.

    Glenn O. Hawbaker is the prime contractor for this two-year $6.2 million roadway improvement project. Work on this project includes drainage work on Route 414 (High Street/Water Street) and Blockhouse Road, roadway reconstruction, retaining wall, sidewalks, curbing, and resurfacing of 1.7 miles of Williamson Road. Work is expected to be complete in November of 2025, weather permitting. Drivers can expect a winter shut down between construction seasons.

    Construction on Route 6 in Mansfield

    A two-year construction project continues on Routes 6 and 2005 (Main Street).

    The Week of Monday, June 10

    On Monday, Route 6 will be closed to westbound traffic at the intersection of Main Street, while the contractor begins rehabilitation work on the bridge that carries Route 6 over the Tioga River. Work includes repair of the sub-structure, deck repairs, and an epoxy overlay.

    Long-Term Detour

    Route 6 westbound traffic will use South Main Street and Route 15.Route 6 eastbound traffic will be maintained through the work zone.

    Business District

    Utility relocation and drainage improvements will continue this week on Route 6 between North Academy Street and Railroad Street and on Main Street between East Main Street an Route 1002 (East Elmira Street). Work will be performed between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.

    The contractor will also continue work on the ADA ramps throughout the business district. Work will be performed between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. There will be minimal impact to traffic while work is being performed at these locations.

    Glenn O. Hawbaker is the prime contractor for this $7.2 million construction project of Route 6 and Route 2005. Work on this project includes milling and resurfacing 0.5 miles of Route 6 between the Tioga River and Swan Street in Mansfield Borough and 3.8 miles of Route 2005 (Main Street) between Decker Street in Richmond Township and East Main Street in Mansfield Borough. Additional work includes drainage improvements, utility relocations, construction of ADA ramps, and rehabilitation and deck preservation of the bridge that carries Route 6 over the Tioga River in Mansfield Borough. Work on this project is anticipated to be completed in 2025 and includes a winter shut down.

    Centre County

    Work continues on the South Atherton Street (Route 3014) project that stretches from Curtin Road to just north of Westerly Parkway in State College. Drivers can expect the following this week:

    Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 17:

    Two crews will work in the long-term traffic control established from Calder Way to White Course Drive. One crew will install new drainage pipes, and the other crew will complete sewer line installation. Traffic will be reduced to one lane during the daylight working hours with flaggers in the roadway controlling an alternating traffic pattern.An additional crew will work at the Westerly Parkway intersection installing new traffic signals. Traffic will be shifted around the work zone.

    Tuesday, June 11, through Friday, June 17:

    Final milling and paving to be begin from Beaver Avenue to Center Lane, lasting approximately two and a half weeks. Crews will work continuously from 6 a.m. Tuesday morning until 6 p.m. Friday. Work will then resume on Sunday, June 16, at 6 p.m. and continue through next week until Friday June 21, at 6 p.m. Milling will be completed during the daylight hours and the paving will be completed at night. Flaggers in the roadway will control traffic using an alternating traffic pattern and will also be posted at all cross streets in the area assisting motorists and pedestrians.

    Traffic delays are expected, and drivers are encouraged to use an alternate route around the area if possible.

    Overall work on the project includes roadway reconstruction, drainage improvements that include pipes and inlets, water and sewer lines, concrete curbing, sidewalks and detectable warning surfaces, pavement markings, traffic signals and supports, and miscellaneous items. HRI of State College is the contractor on this $30.7 million project. PennDOT anticipates the contractor completing the project in the fall, but all work is weather and schedule dependent.

    Additional information on the project can be found at www.penndot.pa.gov/AthertonStreet .

    Clinton County

    PennDOT announced the following maintenance projects will occur the week of June 10 in Clinton County:

    Bridge Maintenance & Cleaning

    Route 220 (Frank D O’Reilly Highway) between Mill Hall and Lock Haven. Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 14. Flaggers in the roadway will provide traffic control during daylight hours.

    Pipe Replacing & Cleaning

    Route 2012 (Brown Street/McElhattan Avenue/Keller Street/Youngdale Road/Pine Mountain Road) between Lock Haven and Fox Road in Wayne Township. Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 14 Flaggers in the roadway will provide traffic control during daylight hours.

    Shoulder Maintenance

    Route 664 (Coudersport Pike) between German Road and Davis Lane. Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 14. Flaggers in the roadway will provide traffic control during daylight hours.

    Vegetation Management

    Route 220 throughout the county. Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 14. Flaggers in the roadway will provide traffic control during daylight hours.

    Interstate 80

    A lane restriction begins Wednesday, June 12 on Interstate 80 westbound in Scott Township for maintenance. ​

    A PennDOT maintenance crew will be performing maintenance on the sign structure at Exit 236B (Route 487 north / Lightstreet). Drivers can expect the right (driving) lane to be restricted where work is being performed. Work will be performed between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon.

    Snyder County

    A bridge replacement project begins this week on Route 2007 (Produce Road) in Washington Township.

    On Monday, June 10, Produce Road will be closed between Inch Hill Road (T-452) and Flint Valley Road (T-385), while a PennDOT maintenance crew begins removal of the bridge spanning a tributary to Middle Creek. Additional work includes, installation of a new box culvert, weatherproofing, approach work, and upgraded guide rail. Work on this project is anticipated to be completed by Friday, Aug. 2.

    A detour using Route 2010 (Neitz Valley Road), Route 2003 (Church Road), Route 2003 (South Road), and Route 35, will be in place for the duration of the project.

    All work on these projects are weather dependent. Drivers are urged to slow down and drive with caution through work zones.

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