Sutter Road closing Wednesday in Shaler and Ross
By Mcknight Journal
Published: Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 4:42 p.m.
Sutter Road, also known as Route 4018, in Shaler and Ross townships will be closed to traffic part of Wednesday, weather permitting, PennDOT officials announced.
PennDOT crews will be patching a pipe trench across the roadway between Amity Drive and Clare Street. The closure is scheduled to occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday.
Detour signs will be posted to guide motorists during the closure.
The posted detour directs motorists coming from the east on Sutter Road to turn right onto Greenfield Road, turn left onto Forest Glen Drive, turn right onto Albine Drive, follow the road as it become Sundale Drive, follow the road as it becomes Albine Drive again, turn left on Blaze Drive, turn left on Amity Drive and follow Amity Drive to Sutter Road.
Motorists coming from the west should follow the detour in the opposite direction.
PennDOT officials advise motorists to allow extra time when traveling in the area.
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