PennDOT work schedule announced

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Greene County Maintenance Manager Jerome Simkovic announced the following tentative work plan for the week of June 17. All maintenance activities are conducted on a weather-permitting basis. Motorists should drive with caution throughout all work areas and be alert for signed work zones requiring the usage of headlights.


The schedule is as follows:


• Base repair on Route 19 Greene Street in Waynesburg Borough.


• Berm and median mowing on primary and secondary roads throughout Greene County will take place over the next two-week period. Use extreme caution when approaching and passing.


• Bridge cleaning will take place on Interstate 79 (Franklin Township), milepost 14 in both north and south lanes and Route 21 (Cumberland Township) near Bosses Road and the village of Khedive and Route 1011 Harvers Hill Road (Cumberland Township).


• Community Work Program litter detail will collect road side litter along Route 2012, Bobtown Hill Road (Dunkard Township); Route 2016 from Mapletown Crossroads Route 188 to Headlee Heights (Greene Township); and Route 2014 from Mapletown Crossroads Route 188 to Route 2014 and Glass Works (Monongahela Township).


• Concrete culvert rehabilitation will take place on Route 1021 from Route 1023, Jacobs Ferry road intersection (Cumberland Township) north on Crucible Road to Muddy Creek.


• Shoulder cutting/grading will be completed on Route 2018, Kirby Road (Franklin Township) to Rocky Ridge Road (Whiteley Township Road 493) and Route 2001, Rudolph Run (Whiteley Township) to Route 2018, Kirby Road (Whiteley Township).


• Major slide repair will continue on Route 2003, (Buckeye Road), Perry Township. Guardrail installation is scheduled and the road is closed. Slide repair on Route 3009, Toms Run Road in Pine Bank (Gilmore Township), and the road is closed. Slide repair on Route 3020, Bristoria Road (Jackson Township) and the road is closed.


• Signs will be updated, downed signs will be replaced, and complaints will be addressed on various state routes throughout Greene County.


PennDOT has a 24-hour toll free number for residents to call to report any road maintenance concerns. This number can also be used to report locations of dead deer on state highways. The number is 1-800-FIX ROAD (1-800-349-7623).


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