Route 30 roadwork to begin Wednesday
New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. is scheduled to begin work later this week on a Route 30 resurfacing project in Jenner and Quemahoning townships and Jennerstown and Stoystown boroughs, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Beginning Wednesday, the contractor will begin work under daylight flagging. There will be two work zones on Route 30. Work zone one will run from Route 985 to four-lane Route 219. Work at this location will consist of milling and bituminous overlay and concrete pavement rehabilitation along with guardrail, pavement marking, drainage and signage upgrades.
The second work zone, which will run from Route 30 near Route 281, will consist of new inlets, and drainage being installed along Route 30 near the newly constructed bridge that carries Route 4019 over Route 30 in Stoystown Borough. A newly paved shoulder will be placed after the drainage upgrades are completed.
All work on this $2.8 million project is expected to be completed by late September, according to PennDOT.