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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Brookland Road Closed For Rehabilitation; North Hollow To Close In July

Wolf Administration Announces Roadway Improvements in  Potter County 

Coudersport, PA – Today, the Wolf Administration announced that a new public-private partnership will rehabilitate 9.2 miles of weight restricted roadway in Potter County and include drainage improvements and full-depth reclamation of Route 1001 (Brookland Road/South Main Street/Fox Hill Road) and Route 4013 (North Hollow Road).

“Every mile of roadway in Pennsylvania is important both to travel and to supporting a robust economy,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “Public-private partnerships like this one are important to help Pennsylvania move forward in both of those areas.”

JKLM Energy, LLC of Sewickley, PA, has financed $3.2 million of the $6.75 million needed for the work on both routes with the balance of the work to be completed utilizing Act 89 funding dedicated to upgrading weight restricted highways.

The work zone on Route 1001 (Brookland Road/South Main Street/Fox Hill Road) stretches from the village of Brookland to Ulysses. Starting Tuesday, June 20, this section of the road will be closed for full-depth reclamation work. A detour utilizing Route 449 and Route 49 will be in place until mid-September. Drivers familiar with the area can use alternate routes.

The work zone on Route 4013 (North Hollow Road) stretches from the borough of Coudersport towards Seven Bridges. Starting July 24, this section of the road will be closed for full-depth reclamation work. A detour utilizing Route 6 and Route 49 will be in place until early October. Drivers familiar with the area can use alternate routes

Motorists are reminded to follow official detour signs, obey posted speed limits and always buckle up.

The investments complement the department’s Road Maintenance and Preservation, or Road MaP, program, which will invest $2.1 billion in maintenance and highway and bridge capital projects over the next 10 years. Of the investments, $1 billion will go to roadway maintenance and $1.1 billion will go to highway and bridge capital projects. Of the capital projects, $500 million will be allocated to an Interstate preservation and reconstruction program, bringing that total program, begun in 2016, to $1 billion over the next 10 years. Another $600 million will go toward rehabilitation and reconstruction needs identified through the department's district and regional planning efforts.

More information on Road MaP is available at www.penndot.gov on the “Act 89 Transportation Plan” page.

For more information on projects occurring or being bid this year, those made possible by or accelerated by Act 89, or those on the department’s Four and Twelve Year Plans, visit www.projects.penndot.gov.


Anonymous said...

THANK YOU JKLM for everything you are doing for our County. Thank you for the $3.2 million that you're putting into our roads, thank you for the donation to help save our swimming pool, and thank you for drilling in our County, increasing the amount of impact fees that we as a county receive. The increase in tax dollers and royalties will help so many. Thank you for creating jobs, thank you for spending money at local hotels, grocery stores, gas stations and restaurants, thank you for helping Potter County!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you JKLM for coming to Potter County, ruining our environment, destroying our roads to the point of having to have them closed for 3-4 months so they can be repaired (and only paying for 1/2 of the damage you did), for crowding our roads with countless water trucks both day and night making traveling our area roads less safe and living next to them annoying and for the unknown damages you've done and will do so that you and your stakeholders can get richer at our expense. THANK YOU!

Anonymous said...

5:42. Don't drive your car, turn off your heat, and electric, don't go to the store to get your groceries. Shall I go on? Everything you use daily iss manufactured with or from something out of the ground i.e: oil, natural gas, but you just want them to drill for somewhere else not In your backyard huh? Move to New York.