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Peebles Road work to disrupt traffic through Feb. 15

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Work to install a large drain pipe under Peebles Road in McCandless, delayed by bad weather, will keep the road closed to most traffic through Feb. 15, PennDOT officials said.

Peebles Road has been closed between Hemlock Drive and Presidential Drive since late November. Work will resume when weather allows.

Westbound traffic should take Hemlock Drive west to Babcock Boulevard, turn left onto Duncan and follow Duncan back to Peebles. Eastbound traffic can follow the same route in the opposite order.

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