Construction & Planned Projects

View information on this year's construction projects, improvements underway due to Act 89, as well as projects scheduled through 2026 on our Projects website.
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Driver & Vehicle Services

You can renew your driver's license or vehicle registration, along with many other services, at www.dmv.pa.gov
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PennDOT Jobs

PennDOT is responsible for the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of PA's multi-modal transportation system.
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Press Releases

7/26/2016
The scheduled daylight, short-term lane closures rescheduled for Thursday, July 28, have been postponed on Route 85 in Plumville Borough, and Mahoning, Washington, and Rayne Townships for a roadway resurfacing project in Indiana County.
 
7/26/2016
Daylight, short-term lane closures have been rescheduled this week on Route 85 in Plumville Borough, and Mahoning, Washington, and Rayne Townships for a roadway resurfacing project in Indiana County.
 
7/26/2016
Beginning August 1, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will be working to replace a box culvert in Wayne Township, Mifflin County. The state-owned bridge is located on Township Road 328 and spans a tributary of Beaver Dam Run, about two miles north of the village of Newton Hamilton.
 
7/26/2016
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is advising area drivers that work will be starting on July 27, to replace two bridges in Shippen Township, Cameron County. The bridges are located on Route120 near the village of Truman. They are approximately a half-mile apart and will be replaced simultaneously utilizing half-width construction.
 
7/26/2016
August 9 will bring the start of bridge repair work on Route 244 in Genesee Township, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). A lengthy detour will begin that day as deck replacement work gets underway on a bridge spanning Cryder Creek, just southwest of the New York state line. The 105-foot bridge dates from 1949 and carries average daily traffic of almost 880 vehicles.