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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Update for PennDOT’s Route 220/Auction Road Project, Week of Oct. 14

Update for PennDOT’s Route 220/Auction Road Project, Week of Oct. 14

Lock Haven – Work is continuing on Phase One of the Route 220/Auction Road project in Lamar Township. When work on Phase One and Phase Two are complete, area drivers will enjoy smoother, more efficient travel through this area and have increased sight distance at the four-way intersection.

Activity the week of Oct. 14 will include:

• The contractor will be milling and paving Route 2008 (Auction Road) throughout the week. A lane closure will be in place, regulated by flaggers.

• The contractor will be paving Ramp A.

• The contractor will be placing stone for shoulder back-up on Ramp D.

• Comcast will be relocating communication lines along Route 2008 (Auction Road) throughout the week. A lane closure will be in place regulated by flaggers.

Motorists are advised to watch for slow-moving vehicles throughout the entire work zone. All work is weather dependent.

Construction of Phase One includes the building of the ramps on the eastern side of Route 220, adjacent to Central Pennsylvania Auto Auction. Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. of State College is the contractor on the $3.4 million Phase One project.

Phase Two of the project will build the bridge and ramps on the western side of Route 220, adjacent to the Clinton County Fairgrounds. Phase Two is expected to begin in 2014.

PennDOT reminds motorists to buckle up, obey posted speed limits and proceed with caution through all work zones.

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