Route 255 Milling/Paving Set to Begin in DuBois

DUBOIS – Milling and paving work on Route 255 (East DuBois Avenue) in DuBois will begin this week, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT).

On Tuesday, July 17, crews will begin milling the roadway surface from the intersection of Route 219 (Liberty Boulevard) to Shaffer Avenue. Paving will begin the following week.

Crews will work from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. July 17-19. Two-lane traffic will be controlled by flaggers in the roadway.

Drivers should expect travel delays and motorists familiar with the area may want to use alternate routes. All work is weather dependent.

This project is part of a county-wide paving contract for Clearfield and Elk counties. New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. Inc of New Enterprise, Pa., is the contractor on this $7.5 million project, which is expected finish by Nov. 9.

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