Another Southside Road drainage improvement in Bradford County
A PennDOT maintenance crew in Bradford County will continue to replace a large cross pipe to improve drainage along Route 3008 (Southside Road) in Franklin Township starting this morning.
The road will reopen Friday afternoon, barring any unforeseen issues.
The old pipe being replaced with a new one is located about one-half mile east of Smith Road or about one mile west of Route 414 at Franklindale. The road will be closed in this area.
Traffic will be directed to use the red-arrow detour during the closure.
Route 6 resurfacing project starts next week
A resurfacing project along one mile of Route 6 in Wyalusing Township, Bradford County is scheduled to start Sept. 24.
Pennsy Supply, Inc. will be working along Route 6 from just east of the intersection with Wyalusing New Albany Road east of Wyalusing to the intersection with Sterling Hill Road.
Work will include roadway and shoulder resurfacing, pavement markings and center line and edge line rumble strips.
When the work is completed, the new and smoother road surface should not require any major maintenance for another 8 to 10 years.
Traffic will be restricted to a single lane through the work zone, with flaggers and daylight signing controlling traffic flow. Motorists are asked to stay alert and drive with added caution.
All work under this $ 579,000 contract is scheduled for completion by the end of October.