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Friday, March 26, 2010

Franklin Bridge To Rt. 872 Route 6 Resurfacing Project Starts Monday

Another Route 6, Potter County Project Set to Start Monday
Project Funded Through American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Clearfield –PennDOT District 2 announced today that work will start Monday, March 29, on a project to make improvements on Route 6 in Potter County. This project is financed with federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

On Monday, March 29, crews will begin to resurface the roadway in Sweden Township, Eulalia Township and Coudersport Borough. The work zone stretches from the Franklin Bridge in Coudersport to the Route 6/Route 872 intersection. Work includes roadway resurfacing, drainage improvements, guiderail updates, new curbing and sidewalks, waterline installation and pavement markings.

During daylight hours, motorists can expect short delays through the work zone. PennDOT expects work to be complete by the end of September. I.A. Construction of Zelionople, Butler County, is the contractor on this $2.1 million job.

This project is part of PennDOT’s more than $66 million investment of federal economic recovery funds being spent on 17 transportation projects across the nine counties of District 2.

To learn more about how the federal economic stimulus will benefit Pennsylvania, visit www.recovery.pa.gov

4 comments :

Going Green said...

Will there be a REAL bicyle lane along the berm? The County/State has signs indicating there is a bike route along Route 6. Currently that is one big joke.

Leo said...

My exact hope! Bike lane!

Anonymous said...

ARE THERE HIRING LOCAL PEOPLE TO WORK THIS PROJECT, NOT!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Poster 6:44 A.M.YOU the local person,that is NOT willing to travel out of town to the next job??!!Same,Same,same,old story.You expect all the contractors to train you.Then NOT willing to travel to the next job.