News in brief from PennDOT
Road resurfacing to start
Grannas Bros. Stone & Asphalt Inc. of Hollidays-burg will begin work Monday on the Sawmill Road resurfacing project in Dublin Township, Huntingdon County.
About 3 miles of Sawmill Road will be milled and resurfaced and other upgrades will be completed. Traffic will be reduced to a single lane and controlled by flaggers during working hours.
This $1.06 million project is expected to be completed by September.
Route 764 to be resurfaced
New Enterprise Stone and Lime Co. Inc. will begin work on Monday on the Route 764 resurfacing project from Greenwood to Pinecroft in Logan Township, PennDOT said.
Work includes the resurfacing of Route 764 along with drainage upgrades, guardrail upgrades, signal upgrades and new signage.
Traffic will be controlled by daylight signing, and two lanes of traffic will be maintained throughout the project.
This project also includes work to be completed on Amelia Avenue, which will require a temporary detour.
This $1.9 million project is expected to be completed by mid-August.
Traffic to switch to temporary road
Wen-Brooke Contracting Inc. of Three Springs will activate the signals for the temporary roadway beginning Tuesday on the Black Valley Road Sweet Root Creek bridge replacement project in Monroe Township, Bedford County.
The bridge will be worked on while traffic will utilize a temporary roadway controlled by a traffic signal.
This $678,388 project is expected to be completed by September.
Port Matilda bridge work to start
Construction for a Route 3040/Alternate Route 220 (Appalachian Through-way/South Eagle Valley Road) bridge, is scheduled to begin the week of June 11 as part of PennDOT’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project.
Work is expected to be completed in early November. During this time, an alternating traffic pattern will be controlled by temporary traffic signals.