LEWISTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will be conducting a highway resurfacing project in Mifflin County beginning on Wednesday, March 22.
According to PennDOT, this project will take place on East Charles Street in Mifflin County.
The contractor is intending to remove the guide rail within the work zone starting Wednesday, March 22. There will be single-lane closures with flaggers in the roadway.
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During the week of March 27, work will transition to slope stabilization. There will be an alternating traffic pattern enforced by flaggers during daylight hours.
PennDOT says the resurfacing will help to improve the ride quality and extend the life of nearly a mile of highway and several ramps in Lewistown Borough and Derry Township.
The project will include the following:
- Pavement and concrete repair
- Drainage improvements
- Pavement markings
- Guide rail replacement
- And other miscellaneous items
HRI, Inc. of State College is the contractor on the job, which costs $1.1 million. PennDOT is expecting to wrap up the project in late June and all work is weather dependent.
Later in the project, the contractor will implement detours during the project. PennDOT will be announcing an update before the contractor implements any detours.