Have you got something to say about improvement plans for Route 910 at the Pearce Mill Road intersection in Pine Township?
If you answered yes, then you need to be at Pine Community Center from 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 6.
PennDOT District 11, in cooperation with Pine Township, is looking for feedback on the project to widen and improve about 1,610 feet of Route 910 (Wexford Road) from Lyndhurst Circle to west of Pearce Mill Road.
The improvements will provide a center left-turn lane and improvements to the Route 910/Pearce Mill Road intersection.
The plan also includes replacing two bridges that carry Route 910 over the North Fork of Pine Creek and a tributary to the North Fork of Pine Creek.
"Feedback from the community is a vital aspect of the project and residents are encouraged to attend the meeting and provide input to help identify any project issues," a PennDOT press release states.
The project is tentatively scheduled for construction next year.
PennDOT and project team representatives will be in attendance to share engineering and environmental updates about the project.
The display location is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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