Alternating Traffic Pattern in Place on Route 120 due to Mud Slide

RENOVO – PennDOT advises that a mud slide on Route 120 (Bucktail Trail Road) in Clinton County has necessitated an alternating traffic pattern.

Flaggers will be in place through the night along Route 120 between Kettle Creek Road in Noyes Township and Route 144 in Renovo Borough. It is anticipated that the road will open to normal traffic flow by 3 p.m. tomorrow.

Until that time, the area will be monitored to ensure there are no further slides.

PennDOT advises motorists to remain cautious and be alert for flaggers along Route 120. Drivers may encounter stopped or slowed traffic.

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