PennDOT District 10 would like to advise motorists of single lane daylight restrictions along Route 28 between Route 1016, Calhoun School Road, and Route 1004, Madison Drive, beginning this week for paving operations in Mahoning
The restriction will be in place as part of roadway resurfacing, which will include miscellaneous drainage work, milling, bituminous patching and overlay. Crews will be working along sections of Route 28 and traffic will be controlled by flaggers.
A twelve-foot width restriction is also in place.
Remember to slow down and use caution in work zones. Pay attention to flaggers and other traffic-control devices. Fines are doubled for violations in work zones. Drive responsibly for your safety and the safety of the workers. Congestion and delays are possible; allow extra time for your commute.
This $1.5 million resurfacing project is being constructed by Tresco, Inc., and is expected to be completed the end of August.
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