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Project Overview

Overall work on this project consists of intersection improvements along an approximately one mile stretch of Route 22 near Canoe Creek State Park. The work includes the realignment of the Route 22 intersection to form a four-way intersection between Route 22 and Route 1011 (Turkey Valley Road). Widening will also be performed along Route 22 to accommodate left turn lanes at the reconstructed intersection along with the replacement of a two-span concrete bridge, a single span concrete bridge that carries Route 22 over Canoe Creek, replacement of a concrete box culvert with a precast concrete box culvert carrying Route 22 over a tributary to Canoe Creek, and construction of a concrete box culvert that carries Route 2022 (Juniata Valley Road) over a tributary to Canoe Creek.
 
The project also includes the realignment of Route 1011 (Beaverdam Road), the intersection of T-444 (Flowing Spring Road) will be reconstructed and a cul-de-sac built to eliminate the direct connection between Route 22 and Flowing Spring Road. The Lower Trail Extension portion of the project consists of the construction of the approximately ½ mile of new shared use trail and a trail underpass. The trail extension will provide a connection between the existing trail head for the Lower Trail (Flowing Spring Station) with the Canoe Creek State Park.

Project Contact

Name: Cecilia Partsch
Phone: 412-287-5360 | Email: cpartsch@pa.gov

Asst. Construction Executive

Name: Michael Henry

Project Statistics

Contract Cost: $9.6 Million

Prime Contractor: Plum Contracting, Inc.

Detour Information

​Single lane closures on US 22 controlled by flagging for a majority of the project.

Beaver Dam Road will be detoured for a maximum duration of 17 calendar days during the 2018 construction season to complete the new alignment tie-in with US 22

Juniata Valley Road will be detoured for a maximum duration of 27 calendar days during the 2019 construction season to complete the new alignment tie-in with US 22