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March 11, 2014

PennDOT Prepares for a nearly $50 Million Project in Clarks Summit

Dunmore – This summer, PennDOT will be completing an approximately $50 million rehabilitation of SR 6/11, between Clarks Summit and the Wyoming County line. In preparation for that work, contractors have begun replacing the liner of the drain pipes at Glenburn Pond. There is currently a single lane pattern in place in that area as crews complete the drainage work.

From July 2014 to October 2017, crews will rehabilitate nearly 8 miles of road, from Clarks Summit to the Wyoming County line. As part of the project, 8 bridges will be replaced or rehabilitated, turning lanes will be added or improved, new signals will be installed or upgraded and the entire stretch of highway will be repaved.

There will be various traffic patterns set up throughout the duration of the project, and motorists can receive weekly updates on the expected delays by emailing James May at jamay@pa.gov.


Media contact: James May, 570-963-4044

Source: PennDOT District 4


Media contact:

Source:PENNDOT Engineering District 4-0
55 Keystone Industrial Park
Dunmore, PA 18512
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