|Project Funded by American Recovery and Reinvestment Act|
INDIANA - PennDOT District 10 announced today that work is planned to begin on a resurfacing project in Jefferson County that is financed with federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
Work is scheduled to start on July 13 on a project to resurface over four miles of State Route (SR) 36 between the intersection of SR 436 (Lincoln Street) and a point approximately 0.5 miles south of the village of Markton.
PennDOT awarded Quaker Sales Corporation of Johnstown, Cambria County, the $1.62 million contract for this project, which is scheduled to start on July 13 and be completed by this October.
Lane restrictions will be in place in both directions and motorists are advised to anticipate traffic delays and be prepared to stop. Motorists should also slow down and exercise caution when traveling through work zones. As needed, flag crews will direct traffic while work is being performed.
Overall this year, PennDOT will award 26 ARRA projects totaling $57.6 million in the five-county District 10 area which includes Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana and Jefferson Counties.
To learn more about how the federal economic stimulus will benefit Pennsylvania, visit www.recovery.pa.gov.