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PennDOT’s Engineering District 10 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this regionThis includes 3,180 total road miles and 1,630 total bridges.

We also work with local governments, elected officials, stakeholders and the public on keeping people and goods moving safely and efficiently in this region.

Press Releases

Travel Advisory – Traffic Pattern Shifts on Route 286 and Route 422 West Ramps for Intersection Improvement Project in White Township, Indiana County


Route 286 West traffic has switched to Route 286 East, with one lane eastbound and one lane westbound at the Route 286 and Route 422 West Interchange in White Township, Indiana County.. Read More

Travel Advisory – Weekend Closure Scheduled for Route 422 for the Bridge over South Sixth Street Replacement Project in White Township, Indiana County


A closure is planned for Route 954, between the Route 422 on and off ramp intersections on Saturday, June 4, between 8 am and 8 pm, for bridge beam setting. This is part of the project to replace the bridges on Route 422 over South Sixth Street in White Township, Indiana County.  . Read More

Freedom Road Intersection Improvement Project Begin in Cranberry Township, Butler County


PennDOT District 10 announces an intersection improvement project to begin on Route 3020, Freedom Road, in Cranberry Township, Butler County.. Read More

Travel Advisory – Width Restrictions Scheduled for Interstate 79 for Bridge Preservation Project in Worth Township, Butler County


Beginning, May 19, 10-foot width restrictions will be in place on I-79 North and South between Exit 99 (SR 422-New Castle) and Exit 105 (SR 108-Slippery Rock) to place barrier for the bridge preservation project on I-79 over Slippery Rock Creek.. Read More

PennDOT Honors Star of Excellence Recipients, Recognizes Six Workplace Heroes


Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Secretary Leslie S. Richards announced today that 30 department employees received the agency’s Star of Excellence Award, PennDOT’s highest recognition.  Two employees from PennDOT’s District 10, which represents Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana, and Jefferson counties were among the honorees. . Read More


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