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PennDOT plans to repave roadways in Westmoreland County |

PennDOT plans to repave roadways in Westmoreland County

| Tuesday, May 30, 2017 11:00 p.m

PennDOT plans to repave almost 35 miles of roadways in Westmoreland County this summer.

Weather permitting, milling, base repair and placement of an asphalt overlay will occur during daylight hours, depending on availability of equipment. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers when needed.

Surface improvements are planned along:

• A .6-mile stretch of Route 119 in Hempfield

• Route 819 in Hempfield and Broad Street and Reamer Avenue in South Greensburg, covering about 2.1 miles

• Route 819 (Broadway Street) in Scottdale and Scottdale-Dawson Road in East Huntingdon, 5 miles

• Route 981, from Route 51 in Rostraver to Macbeth in South Huntingdon, 7.4 miles

• Rushwood Road (Route 1035) in Derry Township, 2 miles

• Arona Road (Route 3071) in New Stanton, 4.4 miles

• Adamsburg Road, from Route 136 to Adamsburg in Hempfield, 2.3 miles

• Agnew Street and Lewis Avenue (Route 4006) in Jeannette, 2.2 miles

• Brush Hill Road (Route 4017) in Irwin, .5 mile

• Route 4025 from Morris Avenue to Route 130 in North Huntingdon, 3.32 miles

• Melwood Road (Route 4048) in Allegheny Township, 5 miles

• Route 3063, beginning at Hahntown-Wendel Road, in North Huntingdon, 2.83 miles

• Route 3091, beginning at New Stanton-Youngwood Road, in North Huntingdon and Hempfield, .54 mile

• Route 8010 (interchange ramps between routes 30 and 982) in Unity

Categories: Westmoreland
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