CLEARFIELD — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced a start date of Wednesday, Oct. 6, for Route 6 restoration project in Port Allegany in McKean County.
The project will improve the ride quality and extend the life of approximately one mile of roadway in Port Allegany Borough between Hickory Street and Keating Avenue.
The contractor will begin base repairs on Wednesday. These repairs will continue through Friday, with flaggers in the roadway enforcing an alternating traffic pattern where drivers will take turns traveling through the work zone via the open lane. The terms of the contract prohibit work on the project from interfering with the homecoming parade.
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