Roadwork on Route 146 Through Mid-November

MOUNT JEWETT – Paving work began yesterday on Route 146 between Marvindale and Clermont in McKean County. The work zone stretches for about five miles in Hamlin and Sergeant Townships.

Through Nov. 13, crews will perform a paving operation to place 4.5 inches of asphalt on Route 146 in this area. Flaggers will be in the roadway to control an alternating traffic pattern during daylight hours. Drivers need to remain alert for flaggers, sudden stops, and short travel delays. Each day, when work is complete, this section of Route 146 will re-open to two-way traffic.

In addition to the paving operation, shoulder backup, guide rail removal/ replacement, and line painting will occur.

All work is weather and schedule dependent and may also take place during the weekends. Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. of State College is the contractor for this $1.1 million roadway improvement, which is being funded by Seneca Resources.

PennDOT reminds drivers to obey posted speed limits and use caution through all work zones.

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