CLEARFIELD – Roadway milling and paving work is set to begin this week in Clearfield and Elk counties. When work completes in late October, PennDOT will have improved the roadway surface of various routes in Clearfield and Elk counties and provided area drivers with smoother, safer travel.
Work includes roadway milling and resurfacing, line painting and miscellaneous construction. During the week of July 15, work will begin in Clearfield County at the following locations:
- Roadway milling and paving on Route 219, south of Grampian on Monday.
- Milling and paving on Route 2016 (Decatur Street) in the Gearhartville area Tuesday through Thursday.
- Milling and paving on Route 453 in the Madera area on Friday.
- Paving work on Route 1010 (Needful Road) in Bradford Township Monday through Thursday.
Drivers will encounter daylight, alternating traffic patterns, with flaggers in the roadway. Motorists need to remain alert for sudden stops and be prepared for short travel delays. Drivers should obey posted speed limits, be cautious through all work zones and be alert for construction vehicles entering and exiting work zones.
All work is weather and schedule dependent. PennDOT will issue updates on work locations as activity progresses. Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. of State College is the contractor on this $6.5 million job.
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