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DISTRICT 10

Counties: Armstrong | Butler | Clarion | Indiana | Jefferson

 

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

Public Plans Display Scheduled for the Route 4032, Philadelphia Street Bridge #2 and Route 286, Philadelphia Street Bridge #3 Replacement Projects in Indiana Borough, Indiana County

02/21/2017

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Engineering District 10 cordially invites you to attend a public plans display held in open-house format for the Route 4032, Philadelphia Street Bridge #2 Replacement Project over White’s Run and the Route 286, Philadelphia Street Bridge #3 Replacement Project over Marsh Run in Indiana Borough, Indiana County.. Read More

Public Plans Display Scheduled for the Route 4001, Five Points Road Bridge #1 Project in Armstrong Township, Indiana County

02/14/2017

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Engineering District 10 cordially invites you to attend a public plans display held in open-house format for the Route 4001, Five Points Road Bridge #1 Replacement Project over Crooked Creek in Armstrong Township, Indiana County.. Read More

Work begins next month on bridge replacement project on Route 58

02/06/2017

Work is expected to begin next month on a project to replace a bridge on Route 58 in Licking Township, Clarion County. Read More

Travel Advisory – Route 2009, Eakstown Road, Closed in Buffalo Township, Butler County

01/31/2017

Route 2009, Ekastown Road, is closed in both directions in Buffalo Township from Sarver Road to the Allegheny County line due to a tractor trailer crash.. Read More

PennDOT Reduces Speed Limits on Interstate 80

01/31/2017

PennDOT is urging motorists to avoid unnecessary travel but those who must head out will see speeds reduced to 45 mph on Interstate 80 in Clarion and Jefferson Counties. . Read More