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​DISTRICT 9

Counties: Bedford | Blair | Cambria | Fulton | Huntingdon | Somerset

Map showing the counties in District 9PennDOT’s Engineering District 9 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,993 total road miles and 2,084 state 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

Route 26 (Standing Stone Road) Bridge in Oneida Township Open to Traffic

11/16/2017

​The Route 26 (Standing Stone Road) bridge, which spans Murray Run in Oneida Township, Huntingdon County, reopened to traffic today. This bridge was replaced as part of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's (PennDOT) Rapid Bridge Replacement Project and allows PennDOT to remove it from the state's structurally deficient bridge list. . Read More

Homeowners Encouraged to Prepare Mailboxes for Winter

11/15/2017

​To reduce the chances of a mailbox being damaged by a snowplow this winter, PennDOT encourages homeowners along rural mail routes to ensure that their mailbox is properly prepared. . Read More

Wolf Administration Announces Work to Begin on the Canoe Creek Intersection Project in Blair County

11/07/2017

The Wolf Administration today announced that work will begin on Monday, November 13, on the Canoe Creek Intersection Project in Frankstown Township, Blair County. . Read More

Public Meeting and Plans Display for the Route 4013, Sunset Road, Improvements Project

11/07/2017

​The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will conduct an open house and plans display to discuss the Sunset Road Improvements Study that will investigate various improvement options to Route 4013 (Sunset Road) in Carrolltown Borough, East Carroll and Elder townships, Cambria County. The study will investigate potential improvement options address safety and mobility issues along the route.. Read More

Winter Shutdown to Begin on the Moxham Stonycreek Bridge Replacement Project

11/02/2017

​The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced that on Wednesday, November 8, work will go into a winter shut down, and traffic will resume to two lanes in each direction on the Route 403 Moxham Stonycreek Bridge over the Stonycreek River, in the City of Johnstown, Cambria County.. Read More