Road work slated |

Road work slated

PennDOT District 12 has announced the status of road repair projects in the area.

  • Traffic on Trafford Road and Meadowbrook Road in Murrysville is being detoured during construction of a new bridge on Trafford Road, part of a $29.8 million upgrade of State Route 22.

  • Crews will finish work on state routes 400, 4048, 56, 366, 8066 and 711 in the coming weeks. The surface improvement project will cost $2.7 million.

  • Crews will begin a $2.5 million surface improvement project on state routes 22, 217, 30, and 2025 this week.

  • The department is awaiting a notice to proceed on a $1.6 million project to replace the single-span, two-lane Maple Avenue bridge over Norfolk Southern Railroad in Greensburg.

  • Temporary traffic signals are in place to control traffic on SR 4071 in Allegheny Township while crews replace a bridge. Project cost is estimated at $422,394.

  • Work is expected to be finished soon on a $192,000 bridge rehabilitation project on Route 711 in Ligonier Township.

  • PennDOT expects to begin work soon on a $145,000 project to install traffic signals, update an existing guiderail and resurface at the intersection of state routes 130 and 2013 in Hempfield Township.

    In Fayette County:

  • Drivers will be directed through single-lane traffic while crews work on roadway drainage on SR 201 in Connellsville. The $1.7 million project should be completed in November.

  • PennDOT expects to begin work in February on a $1.5 million project to replace the York Run Bridge on SR 3009 in Nicholson Township.

  • Motorists approaching SR 3003 from SR 119 will be detoured onto SR 166 while crews work on a $1.42 million bridge replacement project in New Geneva, Springhill and Nicholson Townships.

  • PennDOT anticipates a notice to proceed on a $1.4 million project that will involve concrete patching and overlay at the intersection of Route 40 and Fourth Avenue in Brownsville.

  • Motorists on Route 119 in Dunbar Township should expect delays until the beginning of November while crews complete a $1.2 million milling and resurfacing project.

  • A traffic signal at the Gaddis Crossroads in North Union Township will begin regular operation this week. The installation is part of a $470,000 traffic signal project in the county.

  • The bridge on SR 4040 in Fayette City is open. A $306,500 emergency project is replacing the existing bridge with a box culvert.

  • PennDOT is anticipating a notice to proceed on a project to replace the Yough Dam Bridge in Henry Clay Township. The project will last into 2006, stopping for the 84 Lumber Classic PGA Golf Tournament in 2004 and 2005.

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