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Friday, July 22, 2016

Road Work Update for McKean County, Week of July 25 And Cameron/Potter County Maintenance work schedule for the week of July 25

Bradford, PA – A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) road improvement project for McKean and Potter counties that began in May will focus efforts next week in McKean County. The project will bring improvements across more than 16 miles of road surfaces in the two counties and provide smoother, safer travel for regional motorists. Both counties will see additional improvements in the form of more than 45 miles of roadway sealcoating.
PennDOT expects the week of July 25 to feature work at the following locations:

• Paving, paint line removal, and re-painting on Route 219 from Lantz Corners to Ritterville-Guffey Road, July 25 through July 27

• Milling on Route 66 from the Elk County line to Kane on July 25

• Paving on Route 219 from Shepard Run to Owens Way July 26 through July 27

• Paving on Route 59 in Smethport on July 28

• Paving, paint line removal, and re-painting on Route 6 from Hazelhurst to Smethport July 28 through July 29.

Work zones feature a daylight alternating traffic pattern, controlled by flaggers in the roadway. Short travel delays should be expected. All work is weather and schedule dependent.

Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. of State College is the contractor on this $5 million job, which is expected to finish by the end of September.

PennDOT will issue updates on work locations for this project as progress allows. Drivers are reminded to use caution in all work zones, obey posted speed limits, and always buckle up.

Coudersport, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Cameron/Potter County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of July 25 to July 29, weather permitting. Motorists should travel with extra caution in these and all work areas. Motorists should be aware that due to the nature of highway maintenance and emergency work, crews could be working on any highway at any time of the day or night


Potter County 0260
Ditching:
● State Route: 1010 (Mills to Genesee)

Bridge Repair:
● State Route: 0872 (Jenkins Hill)

Base Repair:
● State Route: 4016 (Kinney Road)

Spray Patching:
● State Route: 0044 (Coneville to Millport)

Pipe Replacement:
● State Route: 4021 (Honeoye) Tuesday & Wednesday
● State Route: 4027 (McGinnis Road) Thursday & Friday
● State Route: 4013 (North Hollow Road) Monday - Friday

Patch Pipe Crossings:
● State Route: 3001 (East Fork Road) Monday & Tuesday
● State Route: 3003 (Prouty area) Monday & Tuesday

Edge Patching:
● State Route: 1011 (Ulysses to Hickox)
● State Route: 1013 (West Bingham to North Bingham)

Side Dozing:
● State Route: 3003 (Prouty area)
● State Route: 3002 (Cowley Hill Road)

Mowing:
● Various SR’s throughout the county

Pavement Markers:
● Install pavement markers on various SR’s throughout the county

Cameron County 0240
Shoulder Cutting:
● State Routes: 0120, 3001 & 4001

The following work is scheduled to be completed by contractor, weather permitting:

● Glenn O Hawbaker: SR 0044 between the village of Oleona and Lycoming County line will be closed Tuesday, July 5. A detour using Routes 220, 120 and 144 will be in place.

● Walsh Granite: W. Main Street (SR 0049) bridge over Marsh Creek near the village of Mills is scheduled to begin week of June 20th. Temporary traffic disruptions with traffic signals will be in place. (June-October)

● I A Construction: installation of new inlets and drain pipes on SR 155 from Keating Summit area towards the Cameron County line. Temporary traffic signals will be in place with short delays possible.

2 comments :

Harold Seay said...

Who would someone contact in ref to dangerous actions being committed by PennDOT mowing crews. Last week on the Norwich hill (Mckean county)there were 2 crews mowing a few miles apart . There was a tractor with a mower working and behind it was a dump truck sitting in the lane of travel . There were no flaggers and no signs. The area is hilly and curvy and you came up on them without warning. And if you attempted to pass you took the chance of having a head on collision with traffic coming from the other direction. I'm not putting the workers down but this is a dangerous situation.

Anonymous said...

This spray patching is a waste of tax payers money and cost us more in vehicle repairs. The section from the Potter fairgrounds to Shinglehouse absolutely SUCKS, spray patching only made it worse. The State of Pennsylvania should be ashamed and embarrassed of the waste time on this section of road to improve it,when in fact has only made it worse!