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|Juniata Co. Rt. 850 Bridge Replacement/Detour
||Work to replace the Rt. 850 bridge in Tuscarora Township will have crews working through September. The bridge spans Daugherty Run between Reeds Gap and McCullochs Mills. The bridge will be closed starting May 20 with a detour in effect. Along with Rt. 850, drivers will make use of Rts. 35, McKinley Road, and McCoysville Road to get around the closure. Work is weather and schedule dependent.
||5-9-2014 @ 8:54:12
|Middleburg-New Berlin Highway Bridge to be Replaced
||PennDOT Snyder County crews will begin a bridge replacement project on Aug. 4 along the Middleburg-New Berlin Highway in Franklin Township, north of Middleburg at the AYSO soccer fields. An approximate 8 mile signed detour, using US 522 and Globe Mills Road, will be in place during the work, which is expected to be completed by mid-to-late September.
||7-24-2014 @ 10:54:47
|Mifflin County Bridge Rehabilitation Work
||Work to rehabilitate and repair six bridges in Mifflin County will get underway on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Rehab work on the bridges will extend their useful life and allow PennDOT to remove them from Mifflin County's structurally deficient list.
Three bridges will see work through November of this year. Those work locations are:
Ã¢ï¿½Â¢ A bridge on Route 522 spanning Jack's Creek in Derry Township near the intersection with Route 2001 (Crossover Road) in Maitland. Route 522 will be limited to one lane, controlled by five temporary traffic signals. The five temporary signals include two on Route 522, one on Crossover Road, and two for driveways on the north side of Route 522. The current bridge was originally built in 1927 and carries an average of almost 6,000 vehicles daily.
> A bridge on Route 655 spanning Coffee Run in Brown Township near the intersection with Coffee Run Road. Route 655 will be limited to one lane, controlled by two temporary traffic signals on Route 655. Coffee Run Road will be closed with a posted detour using Green Lane and Barrville Road. The current bridge was originally built in 1929 and carries an average of almost 7,000 vehicles daily.
> A bridge on John Street spanning the Juniata River in Bratten Township near the village of Mattawana and the intersection with Route 103. John Street will be limited to one lane, controlled by four temporary traffic signals. The four temporary signals include two on John Street, one on River Road and one on Taylor Lane. The current bridge was originally built in 1985 and carries an average of almost 2,300 vehicles daily.
Three other bridges will see work in 2015. Those sites include:
> A bridge on Route 522 spanning a branch of Jack's Creek in Decatur Township
> A bridge on Route 1002 spanning Honey Creek in Armagh Township
> A bridge on Route 2008 spanning Wolf Run in Decatur Township.
PennDOT will issue an update on the continuation of the bridge work as work sites change. Overall work includes concrete slab and expansion dam replacement, bridge deck, concrete beam, and wing repairs, concrete barrier, guide rail, paving, and pavement marking. Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. of State College is the contractor on this $2.3 million project. All work is weather and schedule dependent.
||9-8-2014 @ 6:42:53
|US 522 Resurfacing Project at Beavertown
||A 1.4-mile resurfacing project along US 522 in western Snyder County at the Beaver/Spring township line on May 27. The project runs through Beavertown Borough and ends just east of the Beaver Township line. Work will consist of joint repairs and pavement resurfacing. Pavement milling will be done through Beavertown Borough. Work will be done one lane at a time with flaggers controlling traffic flow. Work will be done between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. The $968,000 project is scheduled for completion by mid-October.
||5-22-2014 @ 8:24:07
|Work on Route 45 in Union County
||An improvement project on Route 45 in West Buffalo Township, Limestone Township and the Borough of Mifflinburg in Union County will extend from Swengel Road to Route 104. Work includes base repairs and overlay, traffic signal upgrades and new ADA curb ramps at Industrial Park Road, shoulder upgrades, driveway tie-ins and line painting. ADA curb ramp work will be performed off the roadway. However, most of the work will require single lane daylight closures with the use of flaggers. The project is expected to be completed by Oct. 9.
||9-9-2014 @ 9:58:01