Work begins Monday on Route 286 through Plum, Monroeville
PennDOT announced utility relocation work is scheduled for Route 286 through Monroeville and Plum beginning Monday, weather permitting.
Single lane, alternating traffic will occur as needed from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekdays on Route 286 between Route 22 (William Penn Highway) and Sagamore Hill Road as crews from Peoples Natural Gas relocate a gas line. Relocation work is scheduled to continue through late September, PennDOT officials said.
The relocation work is part of the Route 286 road widening project scheduled to begin in the spring, officials said.
Flaggers will control traffic through the work zone.
Officials said motorists should use caution when driving through the area.
Also, motorists can check conditions on major roadways by visiting www.511PA.com.
Also, 511PA is available by calling 511, and alerts can be found on Twitter at @511PAStatewide.
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