PENNDOT soliciting input on Warren County highway project

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is seeking public input until November 8 on a highway improvement project impacting Main Avenue (Route 1027) from Pleasant Drive to the railroad tracks north of Harmer Street in Pleasant Township and the City of Warren, Warren County, according to Senator Scott E. Hutchinson.

The project, now in the design phase, includes road surfacing, drainage improvements, new signing and guide rail updates. It involves one traffic lane in each direction and left-turn lanes at the Route 6 west on-ramp and Harmar Street approaches. This project does not include any changes to the existing ramp configuration at the Main Avenue Interchange. The pavement surface across the railroad crossing north of Harmar Street will also be improved.

The work is projected for the 2014 construction season. Motorists can expect one traffic lane for each direction of traffic during the project or a lane closure, controlled by flaggers, during work hours.

Comments about the project should be directed to Rod Fasenmyer, Project Manager, at (814) 678-7369 or by e-mail to rfasenmyer@pa.gov.

Contact:

Justin Leventry
(717) 787-9684.