PennDOT work schedule

July 5, 2013

Greene County Maintenance Manager Jerome Simkovic announced the following tentative work plan for the week of July 8. 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:

• Under bride repair will continue on Route 3006 Hero Run Road, (Gilmore Township).

• Patch and paving operations will be conducted on Route 21 between Loves Hill (Franklin Township) and Gwynn Road (Jefferson Township); Route 4003, Veterans Road and Route 4005, Poland Run Road (Richhill Township).

• Berm mowing operations will continue on numerous secondary state routes throughout the county.

• Shoulder stabilization repair operations will continue on Route 18 north from Browns Creek Road (Morris Township).

• Bridge repair and rehabilitation will be conducted on Route 1021 Crucible Road (Cumberland Township) and pipe flushing will continue on Route 1015 between Clarksville and Dry Tavern (Jefferson Township).

• Community Work Program will be conducting litter pick-up on secondary roads throughout area.

• Shoulder cutting/grading and patching will be conducted on Route 2003, Big Shannon Run (Perry Township) to Waynesburg Borough (Franklin Township).

• Slide repair is nearing completion on Route 3009, Toms Run Road (closed) in Pine Bank (Gilmore Township). Slide repair and pipe placement on Route 3020, Bristoria Road (closed), (Jackson Township); slide repair on Route 3011, Hargus Creek Road (Center Township). This road is open.

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

• As a reminder, Norfolk Southern Railroad is performing numerous railway repairs and some roads may be closed where overpass work is being conducted. Use caution at all signal controlled railroad crossings and rural crossings. Some signals may be out.

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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