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Friday, April 10, 2015

Intelligent Transportation System Project Begins Next Week in Central Pennsylvania

A $4.2 million Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) project is beginning in four counties in central Pennsylvania. The project consists of constructing and installing Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), Highway Advisory Radio (HAR), Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and the required electrical equipment. Other work includes excavation, drainage, guide rail, pavement markings and boring.

Work will be performed at the following locations:

Columbia County – Interstate 80 in Hemlock, Mifflin and South Centre townships, and Route 11 in Scott Township and Briar Creek Borough.

Lycoming County – Interstate 180 in the City of Williamsport and Fairfield and Muncy townships, Route 220 in Woodward Township, and Route 15 in Old Lycoming and Armstrong townships.

Montour County – Interstate 80 in West Hemlock Township.
Union County – Route 15 in Gregg and Kelly townships, and Interstate 80 in White Deer Township.

The prime contractor is Bruce-Merrilees Electric Company.
Construction signs and barrier is to be placed next week at the following locations: I-80 eastbound in Montour County, and I-180, Route 220, and Route 15 in Lycoming County.

There will be brief lane closures while the barrier is being placed.

The project is scheduled to be completed May 12, 2017.

There will be regular updates to this advisory.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You raised the gas tax to improve the roads and this is how you're spending the money? Not sure where this $4 million came from, but I hope it isn't the gas fund. Morons run our state!