PennDOT Issues Update for Kylertown Bridge Work on I-80

Milling and Paving Set for Friday and Saturday at the Route 53 and 1011 (Rolling Stone Road) intersection

CLEARFIELD – Milling and paving operations will take place late this week as work continues at the Kylertown/133 interchange of Interstate 80 in Clearfield County.  The two eastbound Kylertown bridges, which date from the original build of I-80, are being replaced this year. PennDOT replaced the westbound bridges in 2011.  

Drivers should expect delays Friday and Saturday, as milling and paving work takes place at the Route 53/1011 intersection. Crews will be in the area during daylight hours from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Flaggers will control the signaled intersection, as they enforce an alternating traffic pattern.  

I-80 eastbound traffic is reduced to a single lane through the work area. Work to replace the I-80 eastbound bridges at the Kylertown interchange will continue through the end of the year. All work is weather and schedule dependent.

Updated information on the project is available on message boards and through the Highway Advisory Radio System at 1640 on the am dial.

Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. is the contractor on this $10 million project.

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