Secondary Road Maintenance Project Begins in August in Armstrong County

Indiana, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) District 10 is alerting motorists to upcoming secondary road maintenance in Cowanshannock, Wayne, Valley, Rayburn, Boggs and Plumcreek Townships in Armstrong County.

“The paving contract will improve nearly 40 miles in the eastern part of Armstrong County,” said District Executive Brian Allen.  “We’re very appreciative of the funding that allows us to move forward with repairs to our secondary roadways to improve the ride quality.”

The State Routes included in the project are: 1020 in Wayne Township; 1027 in Boggs and Wayne Township; 1028 in Cowanshannock, Wayne, Valley, and Rayburn Townships; 1035 in Cowanshannock, Valley and Boggs Townships; 1037 in Wayne and Cowanshannock Townships; and 2003 in Plumcreek and Cowanshannock Townships. Additional information will proceed the start of each project to alert motorists to any potential traffic delays.

“These improvements are the beginning of a $10 million investment over two years to improve the infrastructure of rural, secondary roadways throughout Armstrong County, said Senator Joe Pittman.  “Representatives Donna Oberlander, Abby Major and I will continue work to secure funding to make necessary improvements and help advance transportation projects throughout Armstrong County.  We appreciate the attention Secretary Carroll has given to this needed investment and hope more will come in the years ahead.”

Work is anticipated to begin at the beginning of August, weather permitting, and will continue thru November 3.  Work hours are planned from 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday thru Friday, with Saturdays as needed. 

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