Construction Season Heating Up

Posted on April 5th, 2015

from WTAJ-TV

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PENNSYLVANIA – Construction zones have been popping up all across the region, and there will be even work zones to be on the look out for come Monday.

Here’s a few we wanted to tell you about:

  • A stretch of Route 219 from Cambria into Somerset counties will be resurfaced.
  • The project on Route 120 from McLoskey Run into Bald Eagle picks back up. It started last summer.
  • Paving along Route 764 in Blair County continues.
  • A six-mile stretch of Route 22 in Morris and Porter townships in Huntingdon County.
  • Crews in Bedford will be starting the Route 96 Bridge replacement project.
  • The forest avenue bridge in Marion Township will start rehab work on Monday. Drivers will have to use routes 26, 550 and 1005 as detours. It’s expected to last through May 8.

PennDOT is reminding drivers to be cautious in all work zones, obey the speed limits posted and always buckle up.

You can always check in on more projects in the area by clicking here.