Phoenix Road Closure to be Implemented Tuesday Near Osceola Mills

OSCEOLA MILLS – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has issued an update on a project that will see improvements to more than 22 miles of roadway surface in Centre and Clinton counties.

Work scheduled for the coming week is as follows:

Construction of a retaining wall on Route 3036 (Phoenix Road) near Osceola Mills is now scheduled to begin Tuesday, July 30.

A closure will be implemented while this work is completed, and traffic will follow an official detour using Route 3049 (Edendale Road).

Motorists familiar with the area may consider alternate routes. Residents living along Phoenix Road will be able to access their homes during this closure.

This work was originally scheduled to begin Wednesday, July 17, but was delayed for utility relocation.

The contractor will be milling on Route 2018 (Woodward Cave Road) near Woodward Wednesday, July 31, and Thursday, Aug. 1. Paving operations are scheduled for Friday, Aug. 2 through Friday, Aug. 9.

The contractor will also be paving Route 2014 near Spring Mills Wednesday, July 31 and Thursday, Aug. 1. Shoulder work is scheduled to start Friday, Aug. 2 and run through Tuesday, Aug. 6.

No work is scheduled for Clinton County this week.

Overall work will include milling, installation of ADA compliant ramps, and retaining wall updates on sections of 14 routes in Centre County and one route in Clinton County. All work is weather and schedule dependent.

Other Centre County roads in this project include:

  • Route 144 near the Intersection with Route 150
  • Route 150 from Route 3006 (High Street) to Route 144
  • Route 550 from Spring Street to the Bellefonte High School
  • Route 2002 (Airport Road)

Clinton County roads in this project include:

  • Route 150 from Fishing Creek to Henderson Street

HRI Inc. of State College is the contractor on this $4.1 million project, which is expected to be finished by late October. PennDOT will issue updates on this project as work locations change.

PennDOT reminds drivers to remain alert in construction zones, obey posted speed limits and always buckle up.

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