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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Updated Unstoppable Movie Travel Alert


Travel Alert from PennDOT


The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation issues the following travel alert related to the filming of the movie Unstoppable in Cameron, Potter and McKean counties. This alert covers October 2 through October 9.

  • The Route 120/155 intersection at the east end of Emporium will be restricted Friday, October 2, Monday, October 5, and Wednesday, October 7. The intersection will be restricted and controlled by police from 7am to 7pm each day.
  • Intermittent traffic delays will be in effect on Route 120 between East Allegany Avenue and Spring Street in Emporium October 2, 5 and 7.
  • Drivers can follow PennDOT’s official detour that uses Routes 155, 120, 555 and 255 or they can choose alternate roads they prefer. Emergency response vehicles will be allowed to travel through the restricted areas.
  • Intermittent traffic delays and lane closure will be in place on the Route 120 steel bridge in the village of Cameron on Friday, October 2. Flaggers will be in place throughout the day.
  • Intermittent traffic delays will be in place Thursday, October 8 in Turtlepoint on Champlin Hill Road between Route 155 and Pine Grove Road.
  • Intermittent traffic delays will be in place Friday, October 9 on Route 120 between Port Allegany and Liberty.

PennDOT thanks area motorists for their patience and cooperation during these delays.


Anonymous said...

I hope the makers of "Unstoppable" are paying for the police/sheriff/state police involvement in this movie. I counted at least 5 patrol cars along Route 155 and McCrea Brook today.
Because of the excessive speed of cars, trucks, motorcyles, and crotch rockets past our house all summer long, (as well as littering) we have made numerous complaints and requests to the state police and to Martin Causer for more patrolling along the state routes in Ceres township. The consistent response has been-- they don't have enough man power and patrol cars to cover the county.
In that case, why are so many cars and men being deployed to this movie site????

Anonymous said...

Are you sure all these cars are PSP cruisers? Unstoppable does have cars painted to look like police cars.

Anonymous said...

Whoever got those dildine signs posted on the railroad tracks in Emporium and Eldred when they were filming you deserve a lot of credit. Does anyone know if they have film equiptment that can edit those signs out of the picture because if they do not then the dildine will definately be in UNSTOPPABLE. Keep yer fingers crossed.

Anonymous said...

At least they are letting people know what's going on. When they were in PortA, no one was told anything and it a total mess!