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Ramp work to close onramp to Route 28

| Monday, Aug. 10, 2009, 12:00 p.m.

Work on improving the ramp from Burtner Road to inbound Route 28 at Exit 15 in Harrison begins today, PennDOT District 11 said.

The on- and offramps connecting southbound Route 28 to Bakerstown Road at Exit 16 that have been closed since July 27 were to be reopened to traffic this morning.

The southbound Route 28 onramp from Burtner Road is to be closed from 9 a.m. today around the clock through late August to allow the work to occur, PennDOT said. Crews will be concrete patching on the ramp. Signs will be posted during the closures.

The work is part of a $6 million project that includes concrete patching, guide rail upgrades, new signs and other improvements on Route 28 from Exit 13 to Exit 16. Single-lane closures will occur Mondays through Saturdays, except during the inbound rush hours of 5 to 9 a.m. weekdays.

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