Things are about to get a lot smoother on Grunderville Road, Bimber Run Road and Cobham Hill Road in Warren County.
A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation highway improvement project will begin on Monday, June 11, on 2.2. miles of Grunderville Road starting at Route 62.
Work to replace an 88-year-old structurally-deficient bridge on Route 27 in Pittsfield Township has been moved to Monday, June 18.
Construction on Bimber Run Road and Cobham Hill Road will begin after completion of work on Grunderville Road is complete, and all three routes are expected to be completed by July 3, PennDOT spokesman Jim Carroll said on Friday.
During construction, transportation through the work zone of on each of the roads will be limited to traffic only. Flaggers will be on site to facilitate local traffic during operations, Carroll said. All other traffic will be required to use an alternate route.
The contractor Midland Asphalt Materials Inc., of Tonawanda, N.Y., will complete the road stabilization projects using full-depth reclamation. The project, using state fund, will cost $683,214.
Work on Bimber Run Road (State Route 3018) will begin at the intersection with State Route 62 and run east to the intersection with Route 337 Road (State Route 3005).
Work on Cobham Hill Road (State Route 3020) will run from the intersection with State Route 62 to the intersection with State Route 3005.