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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Nighttime Detour for Route 15 NB at Market Street Bridge to I-180 WB in Williamsport

Lane Restrictions Continue on I-180 in Muncy and Muncy Creek Townships

Montoursville, PA – Starting the night of Sunday, October 14, left turns from Route 15 northbound from the Market Street bridge onto Interstate 180 westbound in Williamsport will be prohibited so a contractor can make repairs to the parapet and fencing on the bridge. The structure was damaged by a vehicle strike.

As a safety precaution, traffic will be reduced to a single lane on I-180 westbound under the bridge while the contractor is performing the work on the parapet and fence above the highway. The left turn prohibition and lane restriction will be in effect from 9 PM to 6 AM Sunday night through Thursday morning. These conditions will be lifted during non-work hours.

A detour for Route 15 northbound to I-180 westbound will be in effect during the closure using Market Street to West Fourth Street to Hepburn Street to the I-180 westbound on-ramp.

Long-term lane restrictions remain in effect on I-180 in both directions from the Muncy Creek bridge at Mile 14 (between Hughesville and Pennsdale) to the Carpenter’s Run bridge at Mile 16 (between Pennsdale and the Lycoming Mall Interchange).

The contractor will perform saw and seal operations for joints and traffic line painting.

This work is part of an 8.6-mile resurfacing project from Cemetery Road in Fairfield Township to the Muncy Creek bridge.

This project is expected to be completed on Friday, October 19 at 5 PM.

Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. of State College is the prime contractor on this $6 million contract.

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