UPDATE: Area Roadways Closed Due to Flooding as of 8:20 a.m.

CLEARFIELD – PennDOT reports that several roadways in District 2 are closed at this hour due to flooding.

Motorists should not attempt to drive through standing water on roadways. Water may be deeper than it appears.

The following state routes are affected by flooding:

Clearfield County

  • Route 3009 (McGees Mills Road) is closed between the intersection with Buhite Road and the intersection with Grant Road in Brady Township.
  • Route 4019 (Dixon Avenue/Main Street/DuBois Street/First Street) is now open from Hospital Avenue to Route 219;
  • Route 255 (East DuBois Avenue) is restricted to a single lane from the intersection with Route 4014 (Shaffer Road) to the intersection with Platt Road. Flaggers are directing traffic in this area;

Clinton County

  • Route 150 is closed from Route 2024 (Water Street) in Beech Creek to Route 2019 (Laurel Run Road) in Bald Eagle Township. PennDOT plans to open the route to local traffic only as soon as possible, however through traffic will be prohibited.

These routes will open when water recedes to allow for safe passage.

Conditions are changing rapidly, and motorists are advised that roadway conditions can change rapidly. Obey all posted signs and be alert for signs and/or personnel at closed roadways.

PennDOT reminds motorists that they can check travel conditions on more than 2,900 miles of roadway online at www.511PA.com or by calling 511 from any telephone.

Follow PennDOT on Twitter at www.twitter.com/511PAStateCOLL.

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