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Cumberland County: Carlisle Pike

HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced today that work on a 2.21-mile pavement preservation project on Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township and Camp Hill Borough, Cumberland County, is set to begin next week. 

Weather permitting, the contractor will begin constructing ADA curb ramps within the project limits on Monday, March 7. Work will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. No traffic impacts are expected during this part of the project. Work will be performed at night when there are traffic impacts later in the project.  

This project includes roadway milling, resurfacing, ADA Ramps, guide rail, and line painting on Carlisle Pike from approximately Gateway Drive and the ramp to Route 581 in Hampden Township to N. 32nd Street in Camp Hill Borough. 

Work is expected to be completed by August 29, 2022.

Pennsy Supply, Inc., of Harrisburg PA, is the prime contractor on this $1,572,905 project.

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Route 15 in Adams and York counties

Work is set to resume next week on a resurfacing and safety improvement project on Route 15 from just south of York Springs in Adams County to just south of Dillsburg in York County. 

Weather permitting, the contractor will install long-term construction signs and place barrier at locations within the work zone. 

Work is scheduled to begin Monday, March 7, with the contractor setting long-term construction signs within the project limits.

On Tuesday, March 8, temporary concrete barrier will be set on the northbound Route 15 right shoulder at Cabin Hollow Road in York County. There will be a long-term closure of Cabin Hollow Road at the intersection with Route 15. A detour will be in place using local roads. Trucks and buses heading north on Route 15 must keep left while traveling through this area.

Then, from Wednesday, March 9 through Friday, March 11, temporary concrete barrier will be set in the median from the southern limits of the project at S. Ridge Road and extending through the Route 94 Interchange to Ridge Road, all in Adams County. Trucks and buses heading northbound and southbound on Route 15 must keep to the right while traveling through this area.

Work will be performed weekdays during daylight hours. Night work will be performed later in the construction season.

This is part of a project that consists of ramp acceleration and deceleration lane lengthening, and intersection safety improvements. The entire pavement width, including roadway and shoulders, will be resurfaced and all guide rail will be replaced. 

Other work includes milling, pavement construction and reconstruction, subbase, drainage improvements, rock placement, rock slope excavation, concrete barrier, pavement markings, signing and other work in Franklin and Carroll townships, York County and Huntington and Latimore townships, Adams County. 

New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company, Inc. of New Enterprise, PA, is the prime contractor on this $19,398,074 project.

This project is expected to be completed in August 2023.

Motorists can check conditions on major roadways by visiting 511PA. 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 1,000 traffic cameras.