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Mountain View Road section to close next week in Donegal

Jeff Himler

Beginning Monday, a section of Mountain View Road will close for five days as part of PennDOT’s realignment of Route 31 in Donegal Township.

The closure will affect the portion of the road near the highway, which will be built up to match the height of the newly paved section of Route 31.

A posted detour will allow access to the remaining portion of Mountain View Road.

The work is part of a $19.8 million project to realign Route 31 at the Donegal interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, with the addition of a signalized “T” intersection and installation of traffic signals and turning lanes at the intersection of routes 31 and 711.

The project also includes widening and paving of a section of Route 31 to provide for center turning lanes and to increase sight distances.

Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jeff at 724-836-6622, [email protected] or via Twitter @jhimler_news.

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