PennDOT to remove weight restrictions on several routes in Bradford and Sullivan counties
PennDOT advises motorists in Bradford and Sullivan counties that weight restrictions will soon be removed on several routes following gas-company upgrades.
The current 10-ton postings will be removed from these roads:
In Bradford County:
Route 1004 (Turkey Path Road) in Wyalusing and Tuscarora townships, from Route 706 to Spring Hill Road;
Route 1008 (Crow Hill Road) in Wyalusing and Tuscarora townships, from Route 706 to Spring Hill Road;
Route 1020 (Shores Road) in Sheshequin and Rome townships, from Ghent Hill Road to Lake Road;
Route 1022 (Ghent Hill and North Rome Road) in Sheshequin and Rome townships and Rome Borough, from Sheshequin Road to Route 187;
Route 1046 (Bumpville Road) in Rome Township, from North Rome Road to the intersection with Harrison Road and Walt Parks Road;
In Sullivan County:
Route 4006 (Ellis Road) in Fox and Elkland townships, from Route 154 to Route 4008;
Route 4009 (no local name) in Elkland Township, from Route 154 to Campbellville Road.
The postings will be lifted as soon as the road posted signs are removed.
Expiration dates extended for driver license, motor vehicle products
Because of the damaging effects of Hurricane Sandy, PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch announced that effective today, PennDOT has authorized an extension of the expiration dates for Pennsylvania driver licenses, identification cards and vehicle inspections/registrations.
The expiration date for vehicle registrations and safety and emissions inspections scheduled to expire on Oct. 31, 2012, has been extended until Nov. 15, 2012. The expiration date for driver licenses and identification cards scheduled to expire between Oct. 26, 2012, and Nov. 15, 2012, has been extended until Nov. 15, 2012.
These extensions apply for customers statewide.
For more information on driver licensing or motor vehicle products visit www.dmv.state.pa.us.
Hatch Hill Street restricted
As of Wednesday night, PennDOT reports that Route 3004 (Hatch Hill Street) from Overton Road to Route 220 in New Albany is under a lane restriction due to a downed tree and utility down.