STATE COLLEGE – A four-day paving project on Route 2006, Brush Valley and Rock Hill roads, will get under way Tuesday in the community of Linden Hall. Crews will be working during daylight hours to pave the roadway from the intersection with Route 45 to the Harris/Potter Township line.
PennDOT expects the paving to be complete sometime Friday. Once work is complete, area drivers will enjoy an improved roadway surface and smoother ride quality.
Drivers should be alert for flaggers in the roadway as they control an alternating traffic pattern. Short travel delays through the area should be expected. Emergency vehicles and school buses will be accommodated through the work zone as necessary. PennDOT will lift the work zone earlier than Friday if work progress and weather conditions allow. All work is weather dependent.
Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. of State College is the contractor for this work, which is part of a $4.9 million contract to address 14 routes in Centre and Clinton counties.
PennDOT reminds motorists to remain alert for bicyclists using the highway, to use caution when driving near bicyclists, and to share the road. Drivers are reminded to obey posted speed limits, proceed through work zones with caution, and always buckle up.
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