Lane restrictions for Marshall Township road set to start Monday
Published: Friday, March 1, 2013, 3:39 p.m.
Work is scheduled to resume Monday on a $3.7 million project to improve Warrendale Bayne Road in Marshall Township, and traffic on the road will be reduced to a single lane in each direction between the northbound Interstate 79 off-ramp and Harmony Road through mid-August, PennDOT officials said.
The lane restrictions will be in effect around the clock.
The project, which started in August 2012, will create significant improvements for the traveling public on Warrendale Bayne Road between Route 19 and Brush Creek Road, PennDOT officials said.
Work includes reconstructing and widening for additional travel and turn lanes, improved drainage, traffic signals, curbs accessible to people with disabilities, guide rails and bituminous resurfacing.
The project also includes improving the northbound I-79 off-ramp to Warrendale Bayne Road and the intersections of Innovation Drive and Warrendale Bayne Road and Route 19 and Thorn Hill Road. Overall work will conclude this summer.
The prime contractor for the project is the John Gulisek Construction Co. of Mt. Pleasant.
PennDOT advises motorists to use caution and expect delays and changing traffic patterns when traveling through the area.
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