PennDOT Work Schedules August 26th to 30th

Schedules

Crawford County

Activity Municipalities State Route Common Road Name
Bridge Closure Summerhill Township SR 0198 Route 198
Crack Sealing South and West Shenango townships SR 0322

SR 0079

Route 322

Interstate 79

Ditching Cussewago and Venango townships

Cussewago, Venango and

Woodcock townships

East Fallowfield Township

SR 1006

 

SR 1002

 

SR 2010

McClelland Street

Skeltontown Road

Gospel Hill Road

Gravel Run Road

Franklin Pike Road

Pipe replacement Conneaut Township SR 4003 Conneautville Road
Shoulder Cutting Woodcock Township

 

SR 0006

SR 1002

Route 6

Gravel Run Road

Spray Patch West Mead Township

Randolph Township

SR 0027

SR 1018

Route 27

Guys Mills and Townville roads

All work is weather dependent. Fill dirt left over from PennDOT maintenance operations is available to property owners who request the material, have accessible property near work areas, and submit a completed M-666 form. Additional information the maintenance schedule or the M-666 form is available by contacting the Crawford County Maintenance Office at (814) 332-6880.

 

Erie County

Activity Municipalities State Route Common Road Name
Shoulder Cutting

 

Conneaut Township

Springfield Township

Elk Creek Township

 

Washington Township

SR 0215

SR 3006

SR 3006

SR 3008

SR 3008

Route 215

Route 6N

Route 6N

Crane Street

Crane Street

Ditching Waterford Township

 

 

Washington Township

 

Elk Creek Township

 

Conneaut Township

Franklin Township

SR 2006

 

SR 3014

SR 3023

SR 3008

SR 3008

SR 0018

SR 0018

SR 0098

Waterford Wattsburg Road

Old State Road

Angling Road

Crane Street

Crane Street

Route 18

Route 18

Route 98

Bridge Maintenance LeBoeuf Township SR 2008 Stone Quarry Road
Seal Coating LeBoeuf Township

 

SR 0006

SR 2003

SR 2001

SR 2004

Route 6

Flatt Road

French Creek Road

Wheelertown Road

Manual Patching

 

City of Corry

North East Township

Harborcreek Township

City of Erie

Millcreek and Fairview townships

SR 0077

SR 0005

SR 0005

SR 4034

SR 0020

Church Street

Lake Road

East Lake Road

Bayfront Parkway

West Ridge Road

 

Crack Sealing City of Erie SR 0005 W. 12th Street

All work is weather dependent. Fill dirt left over from PennDOT maintenance operations is available to property owners who request the material, have accessible property near work areas, and submit a completed M-666 form. Additional information the maintenance schedule or the M-666 form is available by contacting the Erie County Maintenance Office at 814-871-4411.

 

Forest County

Activity Municipalities State Route Common Road Name
Pipe Replacement Barnett Township

Harmony Township

SR 2008

SR 4001

Bear Pen Road

Neiltown Road

Patching Barnett Township SR 2008 Bear Pen Road
Pipe Replacement Hickory Township SR 0666 Route 666
Base Repair Harmony Township SR 4012 Trunkeyville Road

All work is weather dependent. Fill dirt left over from PennDOT maintenance operations is available to property owners who request the material, have accessible property near work areas, and submit a completed M-666 form. Additional information the maintenance schedule or the M-666 form is available by contacting the Warren County Maintenance Office at 814-723-3500.

 

Mercer County

Activity Municipalities State Route Common Road Name
Pipe Replacement Perry Township SR 1001 Fredonia Road
Ditching

 

Pine Township

Pine Township

Shenango Township

Hempfield Township

SR 0208

SR 0058

SR 0318

SR 4019

Route 208

Route 58

Middlesex Mercer Road

Methodist Road

Crack Sealing Greenville Boroughs SR 0358 Vernon Road
Spray Patching Sandy Lake Township

Sandy Lake Township

Mill Creek and French Creek townships

SR 1004

SR 2009

Various

Fredonia Road

McComb Road

Various

Seal Coating Wheatland area

Pine Township area

Various

Various

Various

Various

Patching Greenville Area Various Various

All work is weather dependent. Fill dirt left over from PennDOT maintenance operations is available to property owners who request the material, have accessible property near work areas, and submit a completed M-666 form. Additional information the maintenance schedule or the M-666 form is available by contacting the Mercer County Maintenance Office at 724-662-5350.

 

Venango County

Activity Municipalities State Route Common Road Name
Bridge Replacement Scrubgrass Township SR 0080 I-80
Sign Repairs Various Various Various
Storm Damage

 

Canal and Cranberry townships

Cranberry Township

 

 

Cherrytree Township

SR 0322

 

SR 0062

SR 2013

 

SR 4022

Route 322

 

Route 62

Rockland Cranberry Road

Buxton Road

Crack Sealing Oil Creek Township and

Pleasantville Borough

SR 0027

 

Route 27

 

Shoulder Cutting

 

Irwin, Victory and Sandy Creek townships SR 3013 Old Route 8
Spray Patching Sandy Creek Township SR 3019 Belmar Road

All work is weather dependent. Fill dirt left over from PennDOT maintenance operations is available to property owners who request the material, have accessible property near work areas, and submit a completed M-666 form. Additional information the maintenance schedule or the M-666 form is available by contacting the Venango County Maintenance Office at (814) 432-3315.

 

Warren County

Activity Municipalities State Route Common Road Name
Bridge Replacement Southwest Township SR 3002 Tidioute Enterprise Road
Pipe Replacement Conewango Township SR 1002 Follet Run
Ditch Cleaning Brokenstraw Township

Freehold Township

SR 0006

SR 0958

Route 6

Route 958

Ditching

 

Pine Grove Township

Conewango Township

SR 1014

SR 1002

Fox Hill Road

Follett Run Road

Shoulder Upgrades Sugar Grove Township SR 4013 Brown Hill
Oil and Stone Patching Mead Township

Limestone Township

SR 0006

SR 0062

Route 6

Route 62

Spray Patching Various Various Various

All work is weather dependent. Fill dirt left over from PennDOT maintenance operations is available to property owners who request the material, have accessible property near work areas, and submit a completed M-666 form. Additional information the maintenance schedule or the M-666 form is available by contacting the Warren County Maintenance Office at 814-723-3500.

 

Announcements

Third Annual PennDOT Innovations Challenge

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced today that students in grades 9-12 are invited to participate in the third PennDOT Innovations Challenge which encourages students to use their problem-solving, creative and strategic-thinking abilities to solve real-world transportation challenges in a competition among their peers. This year’s Innovations Challenge asks students to look at cost-effective technologies and innovative solutions – aside from laws, programs and educational campaigns – that can be developed in the next five to 10 years to help PennDOT more efficiently, effectively and safely control litter along roadways.  Last year, PennDOT spent nearly $13 million cleaning up roadside litter across Pennsylvania.  In addition, nearly 5,000 volunteers spend countless hours participating in the Adopt-A-Highway program each year. These dollars and volunteer hours could have otherwise been spent on delivering a better transportation network and making Pennsylvania a better state in which to live.

“While we are grateful for the selfless actions of our thousands of Adopt-A-Highway volunteers, we continue to look for ways to curb the amount of roadside litter across Pennsylvania,” said PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards. “Through the PennDOT Innovations Challenge, students can develop a long-term, sustainable solution to address this ongoing challenge, and make Pennsylvania a cleaner and more beautiful place to live.”

“In addition to a public health hazard and eyesore, the litter along Pennsylvania’s roads is an environmental problem, degrading soil, water, and wildlife,” said DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell.  “DEP is excited to support this opportunity to have young innovators bring fresh solutions to this longtime problem for the benefit of current and future generations of Pennsylvania.” 

The Innovations Challenge aims to not only help students explore real transportation challenges that PennDOT is facing, but also open their minds to the very real possibility of working for PennDOT after graduation. “Engineering and equipment operator positions are key to building and maintaining Pennsylvania’s vast road and bridge network,” Richards added. “However, PennDOT employs more than 11,000 Pennsylvanians from a wide array of educational backgrounds in nearly 400 job classifications.” Regional Innovations Challenge winners will be selected and invited to compete in Harrisburg for the state championship. This year, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) and the Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful (KPB) organization are providing a combined total award of $3,000 to be divided among the first, second and third place statewide winning teams. For complete Innovations Challenge details, visit www.penndot.gov/innovation. The deadline for submissions is December 20, 2019.

MEDIA CONTACTS: Jan Huzvar, PennDOT, 717-783-8800
Deb Klenotic DEP, 717-783-9954

 

Erie County

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) invites the public to a plans display regarding the preservation of the Old State Road (Route 3014) Bridge over Interstate 79 in Franklin Township, Erie County. The bridge is located on Old State Road, approximately five miles from the intersection with Route 98. The project will include resurfacing the bridge deck, existing substructure and barrier repairs, and roadway approaches. It is expected to occur during the 2020 construction season.  The project will require a detour, which will use Route 99, Crane Road (Route 3008), and Route 98. The existing bridge was built in 1969. Approximately 750 vehicles a day use the bridge, on average.

Plans for the project will be displayed:

Date:              September 4 to 18, 2019
Time:              8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (Monday and Wednesday)
Location:       Franklin Township building 10411 Route 98 Edinboro Pa 16412

A digital version of the information available at the plans display can be found by visiting the PennDOT District 1 website, www.penndot.gov/District1, clicking on Public Meetings/Studies listed under the Resources heading, and choosing the box titledErie County – Old State Road Bridge Preservation.

 

Mercer County
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) invites the public to a plans display regarding the replacement of the New Castle Road (Route 2001) bridge over Indian Run in Wilmington Township, Mercer County. The bridge is located on New Castle Road near the intersections with Rodgers Road and the Indian Run Road. The project will include removing the existing steel I-beam bridge and replacing it with a prestressed concrete box beam bridge. Work will also include waterproofing, paving, and guiderail updates. It is expected to start in April 2020 and last two months.The work will require a detour, which will be posted using Old Mercer Road (Route 1005), Route 208, and Route 19. The existing bridge was built in 1910 and is classified as poor condition. Approximately 825 vehicles a day use the bridge, on average.

Plans for the project will be displayed:
Date:              September 3 to 12, 2019
Time:              8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Tuesday through Thursday)
Location:       Wilmington Township building 35 Auction Road New Wilmington, PA 16142

A digital version of the information available at the plans display can be found by visiting the PennDOT District 1 website,www.penndot.gov/District1clicking on Public Meetings/Studies listed under the Resources heading, and choosing the box titledMercer County – New Castle Road Bridge Project.