Safety Improvements to Start on 3 Warren County Roads

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WARREN, Pa. (Erie News Now) – Work to bring safety improvements to some Warren County roads is scheduled to start June 13.

High-friction surface treatment areas are coming to these sections of roadway:

  • Route 59 from the intersection with Route 6 to the intersection with Keck Street in Mead Township
  • Route 69 from the intersection with Dennigan Lane to the intersection Gregory Lane in Sugar Grove
  • Route 666 near the intersection with Henrys Mill Road in Sheffield Township

Higher pavement friction helps motorists maintain better control in both dry and wet driving conditions. PennDOT accomplishes this by applying a skid resistant surface treatment to the roadway. A safety analysis using crash data helped identify the roads for this project

Weather-permitting, the project is expected to be completed in July 2022.

RAM Construction Services, of Livonia, MI, was awarded the $323,229 contract, which will be paid using federal safety funds.

The work will require lane restrictions with flaggers controlling traffic.


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