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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Update for Route 220/Auction Road Project, Week of June 8

Lock Haven, PA – Phase Two of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Route 220/Auction Road project in Lamar Township is continuing with the goal to provide smoother, more efficient travel through the area and provide increased sight distance. PennDOT issues the following project update for the week of June 8.

• A section of Fairground Road (Route 2008) continues to be closed until June 15 for roadway reconstruction. Route 220 traffic to the Clinton County Fairgrounds will be able to use an open section of Route 2008 to get to the fairgrounds. Traffic to Heckman Gap Road, where Baker Hughes is located, will have to enter from Route 2008 via Mackeyville. An official detour will be in place using Route 220, Route 477, Route 64, and Route 2004 (Mackeyville Road).
• The contractor will continue bridge construction. Work may include short term lane closures on Fairground Road and flaggers may be present in the roadway.
• The contractor will continue to construct Shared Drive next to Race Track Road.
• Drainage installation will continue on Fairground Road.
• A 14-foot width restriction remains in effect until late 2015.
• A non-motorized vehicle path for Amish buggies is open through the closed area.
• All work is weather dependent.

Phase Two features the construction of the bridge and ramps on the western side of Route 220, adjacent to the Clinton County Fairgrounds. Overall work includes excavation, concrete piping, paving, sign structures, inlets, light poles, guide rail, and miscellaneous items. The contractor for the $12.4 million Phase Two project is HRI, Inc. of State College.

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