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Resurfacing Project to Resume Next Week on Route 22/322 in Perry County, Route 11/15 in Dauphin County


​Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that a resurfacing project on Route 22/322 in Perry County and Route 11/15 in Dauphin County is scheduled to resume next week. There will be lane restrictions in place.

Upcoming work includes milling, concrete patching and paving a two-mile section of eastbound and westbound Route 22/322 from the Juniata County line to the Millerstown Exit in Perry County. Work will begin Monday, March 18, with milling in the eastbound lanes. 

Once milling is complete in the eastbound lanes, the contractor will mill the westbound lanes. Concrete patching and paving will follow in both directions.

Once this work is complete, the contractor will install rumble strips, raised pavement markings and signs throughout the project limits. 

This work is part of a project that includes concrete patching, milling, resurfacing, tree removal, minor drainage, guiderail updates, and bridge deck repairs on westbound Route 22/322 in Howe, Buffalo and Watts townships, Perry County. This section of the project extends from east of the Newport Interchange to the Dauphin County line and includes milling and resurfacing the ramps at Watts and Midway. 

Also included in this project is resurfacing on eastbound and westbound Route 22/322 in Greenwood Township and Millerstown Borough, Perry County. This work extends from the Juniata County line to Owl Hollow Road.

Work in Dauphin County includes resurfacing on Route 11/15 from the Juniata River bridge to the Perry County line and reconstruction of the eastbound Route 22/322 ramp to southbound Route 11/15, and the southbound Route 11/15 ramp eastbound Route 22/322 in Dauphin County. 

Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., of State College, PA, is the contractor on this $23,062,322 project.

This project is expected to be completed by October 18, 2024.

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Contact: Dave Thompson,, 717-418-5018


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