Paving on Route 550 in Bellefonte starts today
BELLEFONTE — The project to improve more than 22 miles of roadway surface in Centre and Clinton counties is expected to wrap up by the middle of next week, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportion.
In Centre County, paving on Route 550 from Allegheny Street to the Bellefonte High School is scheduled to begin today and continue Monday and Tuesday.
Traffic control will be provided by flaggers in the roadway enforcing an alternating traffic pattern. Motorists should expect short travel delays. PennDOT reminds drivers to use caution when driving through the construction zone.
This is the last of 14 routes in Centre County and one Clinton County to see improvements as part of this project. All work is weather and scheduled dependent.
HRI, Inc. of State College is the contractor on this $4.1 million project. Overall work included milling, installation of ADA compliant ramps, and retaining wall updates on sections of the following routes:
— Route 64 from Route 1010 (Jacob Road) to the Clinton County line
— Route 144 near the Intersection with Route 150
— Route 150 from Route 3006 (High Street) to Route 144
— Route 550 from Spring Street to the Bellefonte High School
— Route 1002 from Sayers Dam Road to Beach Street
— Route 2002 (Airport Road)
— Route 2005 from Route 2012 (Water Street) to Route 2008 (Sinking Creek Road)
— Route 2008 from Route 2005 (School Street) to Route 2012 (Water Street)
— Route 2012 from Route 45 to Route 2005 (Long Street)
— Route 2014 (Heckman Cemetery Road)
–Route 2018 from Route 2011 (Coburn Road) to Route 45
— Route 3003 Bernel Road
— Route 3006 from Lee Street to High Street
— Route 3036 (Phoenix Road)
— Route 150 from Fishing Creek to Henderson Street