PennDOT to invest over $331M for construction projects across five counties in Indiana-based region

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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) says that 107 highway and bridge projects are anticipated to be bid or continue this year across the five-county, Indiana-based region during the construction season.

The department anticipates investing more than $331 million this year in the PennDOT Engineering District 10 region spanning Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana, and Jefferson counties. The agency anticipates rehabilitating, reconstructing, and resurfacing 129 miles of highways and improving 39 bridges this year in the region.

Notable projects this year include:

Armstrong County

Route 422 Wray Road cut roadway relocation project in Kittanning Township ($10.7 million); Kittanning Elementary School Intersection safety improvement project on Route 422 from Silvis Hollow Road to east of Graham Road in Kittanning Township (estimated $7.5 million to $10 million); and Route 66 Oakland Cemetery Bridge replacement in Manor Township ($4.1 million).

Butler County

Route 228 Cox’s Corner Roundabout project in Clinton Township (nearly $6 million); Route 422 Moraine State Park Access Project in Muddy Creek and Worth townships ($4.3 million); Concrete patching and resurfacing of over 15 miles on I-79 between Exit 88, Little Creek and Exit 105, Slippery Rock, in the townships of Lawrence, Jackson, Lancaster, Muddy Creek, and Worth (nearly $26 million); and Route 228 Pittsburgh Street intersection improvements in Adams Township (nearly $8 million).

Clarion County

Concrete patching and resurfacing on I-80 for approximately 4 miles in Beaver Township ($19.4 million); Route 68 Dolby Street intersection project in Monroe Township (estimated $10 million to $12.5 million); and Route 68 Reidsburg Bridge curve project in Monroe Township (estimated $2.5 million to $5 million).

Indiana County

Route 119 Three Bridges project in Center Township ($15.2 million); Route 119 Grove Chapel climbing lane and realignment project in Rayne Township ($16 million); and Route 422 Penn Run, North Harmony to Route 403 resurfacing project in Pine Township ($5.5 million).

Jefferson County

Route 436 Margiotti Bridge replacement in Punxsutawney Borough ($12.6 million); Route 36 concrete repairs in Brookville Borough ($2.6 million); and Route 119 Indiana Hill Bridge replacement project in Punxsutawney Borough (estimated $2.5 million to $5 million).

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