PennDOT District 5 road projects

• Reconstruction of Interstate 78 between Exit 35 (PA 143/Lenhartsville) and Lehigh County line in Greenwich Township, Berks County ($168.3 million);

• Rehabilitation of the Penn Street Bridge over U.S. 422/West Shore Bypass in City of Reading and West Reading Borough, Berks County ($42.5 million);

• Reconstruction of Business Route 422 in City of Reading, Mt. Penn and St. Lawrence boroughs and Exeter Township, Berks County ($11.8 million);

• Repairs to 19 bridges in various municipalities in Berks County ($7.6 million);

• Mill and microsurface of I-78 between exits 16 (Midway) and 29 (Reading/Pottsville) in Bethel, Upper Tulpehocken, Upper Bern and Tilden townships, Berks County ($5.9 million);

• East Wall Street Bridge over Schuylkill River replacement in Leesport Borough, Berks County ($4.8 million);

• Resurfacing of Kutztown Road between Routes 12 and 222 in Laureldale Borough and Muhlenberg Township, Berks County ($4 million);

• Shoey Road Bridge replacement over Schuylkill River in Centre Township and Shoemakersville Borough, Berks County ($3.7 million);

• Intersection improvements at Route 183 and New Schaefferstown Road in Jefferson Township, Berks County ($3.1 million);

• Replacement of Route 562 Bridge over Manatawny Creek in Amity Township, Berks County ($2.5 million);

• Resurfacing of Route 183 between 3rd and Mercer streets in the City of Reading, Berks County ($2 million);

• Project to improve I-80 between exits 273 (PA 940 / PA 437) and 293 (JCT I-380) in Carbon and Luzerne counties including concrete cracking and seating, paving, and placing new line paint ($25.7 million);

• Rock-slide mitigation along Route 209 in Mahoning Township, Carbon County ($3.5 million);

• Resurfacing of Broadway/West Broadway in Jim Thorpe Borough and Rockport Road in Lehigh Township, Carbon County ($495,000);

• Repairs to 13 bridges in various municipalities in Carbon, Monroe and Schuylkill counties ($6 million);

• U.S. 22 at Fullerton Avenue Interchange: reconstruction and replacement of U.S. 22 bridges over Lehigh River in Lehigh County ($64.7 million);

• Rehabilitation of the Tilghman Street Bridge over Lehigh River, Norfolk Southern Rail Road and local streets in the City of Allentown, Lehigh County ($21.9 million);

• Repair and resurface I-78 in Lehigh County ($7.6 million);

• Project to improve I-78 in Lehigh and Northampton counties including patching, milling and paving of the passing lanes ($5.8 million);

• Repairs to 11 bridges in various municipalities in Lehigh and Northampton counties ($4.1 million);

• East Station Avenue and South Main Street streetscape enhancements in Coopersburg Borough, Lehigh County including crosswalks, curb ramps, pedestrian lighting and extension of Saucon Rail Trail from Landis Street to Station Avenue ($1.4 million);

• Project to install center median barrier on U.S. 222/Fred Jaindl Memorial Highway in Lehigh County ($765,000);

• Reconstruction of Route 611 from Scotrun to Swiftwater in Pocono Township, Monroe County, including creating new traffic lanes with two through lanes and a center left turning lane, designated left turn lanes at intersections; installing a new traffic signal at the intersection of Route 611 and Brookdale Road; replacing the Route 611 bridge over Scotrun; repairing the Route 611 culvert over Scotrun; and repairing the Route 611 culvert over a tributary to Scotrun ($12.3 million);

• Replacement of two ramp bridges at Exit 310 on I-80, including installation of a roundabout at intersection of River Road, Foxtown Hill Road and Broad Street in Delaware Water Borough and Smithfield Township, Monroe County ($14.1 million);

• Resurfacing of Route 115 between Kuhenbeaker Road and Tobyhanna Creek in Tobyhanna and Tunkhannock townships, Monroe County ($2.6 million);

• Replacement of the Route 191 (Stites Tunnel) Bridge over Paradise Creek in Pocono Township, Monroe County ($8.1 million);

• Project to improve I-80 west between exits 293 (JCT I-380) and 284 (PA 115) in Tobyhanna and Tunkhannock townships, Monroe County including patching and microsurfacing ($2.5 million);

• Resurfacing of Route 248 between routes 946 and 512 in Bath Borough, Lehigh, Moore, and East Allen townships, Northampton County ($4.1 million);

• Replacement of Route 248 bridge over Monocacy Creek in Upper Nazareth Township, Northampton County ($3.5 million);

• Project to improve I-81 between exits 131 (PA 54) and 141 (PA 424) in Schuylkill County including milling, patching and paving ($16.5 million);

• Project to improve I-81 between exits 119 (Highridge Park Road) and 124 (PA 61) in Schuylkill County including milling, patching and paving ($10.7 million);

• U.S. 209 Bridge over Reading Blue Mountain Northern Railroad and West Branch Schuylkill River replacement in Branch Township, Schuylkill County ($4.9 million);

• Route 309 Pavement Preservation Project in Rush Township, Schuylkill County ($3.9 million);

• Resurfacing of Route 901 in Minersville Borough, Cass and Foster townships, Schuylkill County ($3.1 million);

• Project to improve I-81 between exits 100 (PA 443) and 112 (PA 25) in Schuylkill County including edgeline repairs, centerline repairs and microsurfacing ($2.8 million);

• Repairs to six bridges along I-81 between exits 107 (U.S. 209) and 112 (PA 25) in Schuylkill County ($2.4 million);

• Resurfacing of Route 443 between Route 635 and Hallton Hill Road in Pine Grove Borough and Pine Grove Township, Schuylkill County ($1.6 million);

• Resurfacing of Aristes Road between the Columbia County line and Little Mountain Road in Union Township, Schuylkill County ($1.2 million).

 

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