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PennDOT releases work schedule |

PennDOT releases work schedule

| Sunday, March 30, 2003 12:00 a.m

Merle G. Bolen, PennDOT’s Fayette County maintenance manager, has issued his department’s weekly work schedule.

  • The sign team will be replacing signs along state routes throughout the county.

  • Team Mill Run will be cutting shoulders along Indian Creek Valley Road.

  • Team Limestone Hill will be making base repairs to Prittstown Road and will flush bridges on various other routes.

  • Team Main Shed will be sealing cracks on Connellsville Street.

  • Team Cloverleaf will be patching State Route 4046.

  • Team Big Six will be installing pipe along State Route 3004 and State Route 3009.

  • Team Searights will be patching roads and cutting shoulders.

  • Team Summit will be repairing shoulder drop-offs along State Route 381 and flushing May West Road.

    All maintenance work is done on a weather-permitting basis. Motorists have been asked to drive with caution through all work areas. PennDOT has a toll-free number to report road maintenance concerns. The number is 800-349-7623.

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