FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 14, 2019
PennDOT to Repair, Pave 6.9-Mile Section of I-83 in York County
Nighttime milling and concrete repairs scheduled in advance of asphalt paving.
Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that starting at 8:00 PM Sunday, March 24, its contractor will begin a nighttime milling, base repair, and accelerated concrete patching operation marking the start of a project to repair and resurface a 6.9-mile section of Interstate 83 in York County from 2,000 feet south of Exit 10 for Route 214 (Loganville) in Springfield Township to just south of Exit 18 for Route 124 (Mount Rose Avenue) in York Township.
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