Road closed in early May due to collapsed pipe
Harrisburg, PA – Motorists in Perry County are advised Route 4006 (Sugar Run Road) in Tuscarora Township is now open to traffic. The road was closed in early May between Route 17 (Racoon Valley Road) and Route 4007 (Creek Road) due to a collapsed pipe and section of roadway.
A Perry County PennDOT maintenance crew replaced the pipe and repaired the road.
Sugar Run Road averages approximately 350 vehicles per day.
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