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​Spring Road and Cavalry Road

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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) invites the public to an online plan display regarding the SR 0034 (Spring Road) and SR 1001 (Cavalry Road ) intersection improvement project. This project is located in North Middleton Township, approximately 1.8 miles to the north of the Borough of Carlisle.

The purpose of this project is for the widening and reconstruction the SR 0034 and SR 1001 intersection to accommodate a dedicated SR 0034 southbound left turn lane. Additional improvements include traffic signal replacement, mill & overlay along SR 1001, as well as signing, pavement marking, storm drain, and ADA curb ramp upgrades in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County.

The project consists of intersection improvements which include widening in the southeast and northeast quadrants to increase turning radii for passenger cars and trucks and accommodate widening along SR 0034 and SR 1001. Pedestrian facilities will be upgraded to meet ADA requirements at the intersection. Additional improvements include traffic signal replacement, mill
& overlay along SR 1001, as well as signing, pavement marking, and storm drain replacement.

The proposed SR 0034 typical section will comprise of 11-foot travel lanes and 3-5-foot variable width shoulders. The proposed SR 1001 typical section will comprise of 11-foot travel lanes and 4-5-foot variable width shoulders.

The traffic control plan will utilize five stages during construction. One lane of traffic will be maintained along SR 0034 (Spring Road) and SR 1001 (Cavalry Road) in each direction during construction. All travel lanes will be maintained with a minimum width of 11-feet. The existing posted speed along SR 0034 and SR 1001 is 35 MPH which will remain in effect through the construction stages.

The project is currently in design and construction work is anticipated to take place in the 2023 construction season.

In accordance with Governor Wolf's COVID-19 mitigation efforts, in plans display will be held online only. A digital version of the information will be available to view online from September 10, 2021 to October 10, 2021.