Work to Replace Joint on I-99 Starts Today

STATE COLLEGE – Work to improve the roadway surface of 10 routes in Centre and Clinton counties is continuing, with a project scheduled on Interstate 99 in Patton Township. When overall work completes late this fall, area drivers will enjoy improved roadway surfaces and smoother, safer travel.

Today, crews will replace a joint near mile-marker 72 in the southbound lanes of I-99. Roadwork may involve some daylight lane closures. Short delays should be expected.

This work is part of a $4.3 million contract with New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company Inc. to improve 10 state routes in Centre and Clinton counties. All work is weather and schedule dependent. Drivers are reminded to be cautious in all work zones, obey posted speed limits, and always buckle up.

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