Montoursville, PA – A 3.2-mile widening and resurfacing project on Route 339 in Mifflin Township, Columbia County, continues next week.
The project is located between Route 2028 (Market Street) and Route 2017 (Smith Hollow Road). Upcoming work includes drainage earthwork, structure repairs and placement of guiderails.
A single lane restriction will remain in place only allowing northbound traffic on Route 339 from Mifflinville to Nescopeck. All southbound traffic will be detoured from Route 339 to Route 93 in Nescopeck, then onto Route 11 through Berwick down to the Mifflinville river bridge back onto Route 339 in Mifflinville.
Delays should be expected. Motorists are reminded to follow detour, use caution, and slow down through the work zone.
Glenn O. Hawbaker is the prime contractor on this $5.3 million project.
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