Motorists should not attempt to drive through standing water on roadways. Water may be deeper than it appears.
The following state routes are closed due to flooding:
Route 219 from the intersection with Route 322 near Salem to the intersection with Route 119 in West Liberty;
Route 255 (East DuBois Avenue) from the intersection with McCracken Run Road in DuBois City to Penfield. A local detour is in place;
Route 4003 (Mine Road) is closed between the intersection with Route 410 (Shamokin Trail) and the intersection with Route 4002 (Stanley Bottom Road) in Brady Township;
Route 3009 (McGees Mills Road) is closed between the intersection with Buhite Road and the intersection with Grant Road in Brady Township.
Route 4015 (Sher de Lin Road) from Route 255 to Home Camp Road in Sandy Township.
Route 219 from Route 830 in Sandy Township to the City of DuBois.
Route 2001 (Keystone Road) from the Jefferson County line to Route 219.
Route 26 from Porter Road to Benner Pike in College Township.
SR 550 from Upper Gyp Road to Raymonds Lane in Benner Township.
These routes will open when water recedes to allow for safe passage.
There is also a lane restriction on Interstate 80 westbound in Jefferson County that is creating congestion near Exit 97 (DuBois/Brockway).
Conditions are changing rapidly, and motorists are advised that roads previously open could close at any time.
PennDOT reminds motorists that they can check travel conditions on more than 2,900 miles of roadway online at www.511PA.com or by calling 511 from any telephone.