Traffic Restrictions on Various Potter County Roads, Starting Aug. 8

Potter County – Starting Monday, Aug. 8, Potter County drivers will encounter work zones on various routes, as bridge repair work takes place. Locations include:

  • Route 144 (Bridge Street) over Pine Creek in Galeton. Road will be closed to replace bridge deck. A detour using Route 1020 (Germania Street/ Union Street), Route 2002 (West Street) and Route 6 will be in place. This closure is expected to last about three weeks.
  • Route 6 over Trout Brook in the village of Knowlton, Roulette Township. Temporary signals will enforce an alternating traffic pattern for about six weeks.
  • Route 1003 over Cushing Run in the village of Loucks Mills, Pike Township. Temporary signals will enforce an alternating traffic pattern for about six weeks.
  • Route 1005 over Phoenix Run in the village of Sunderlinville, Hector Township. Temporary signals will enforce an alternating traffic pattern for about six weeks.
  • Route 44 over Kettle Creek in the village of Carter Camp; Abbott Township. Drivers should be alert for an alternating traffic pattern and flaggers.
  • Route 44 over Sharon Creek in the village of Sharon Center, Sharon Township. Drivers should be alert for an alternating traffic pattern and flaggers.

Overall work will include painting, milling, deck repair, hydro-demolition, roadway paving, guiderail installation, pavement markings and miscellaneous construction.

This bridgework is part of a $1 million preservation contract for six bridges in Potter County. Swank Associated Companies of New Kensington is the contractor.

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