In District 3, 134 projects are underway or expected to start or go out for bid this year, with a total value of $584.5 million. You can find weekly updates of planned department maintenance activities on the District 3 page.
From January 2023 through April 2023, 2 construction contracts for highway, bridge, and other improvement projects were completed in the district through PennDOT's private-sector partners.
Bridges Repaired, Replaced, or Preserved*
Miles of Roadway Improved *
Million in Projects +
+ Underway or expected to start or go out for bid this year in District 3 | * From January 2023 Through April 2023
37 bridges were repaired, replaced, or preserved by PennDOT or industry forces through April 2023. 0 miles of roadway were improved by department or partner crews through April 2023. This includes 0 miles of paving. See projects happening or planned near you at PennDOT's Project Website.
District 3 has put out 231 bridge projects and 815 projects for roadway and other improvement projects worth approximately $1.28 billion since January 2015.
Muncy Intersection Improvements
Cost: $2.7 million
State Route 199-010
Cost: $16.4 million
Cost: $2.1 million
This is a $2.7 million bridge replacement and intersection improvement project that includes three projects combined into one. In the spring of 2022, the contractor, Susquehanna Valley Construction Corporation, removed the 100-year-old bridge that carried Route 405 (Water Street) over Glade Run. The bridge will be replaced with a new bridge mimicking the original style of the existing bridge but will have a larger opening for stream flow and improved sidewalks.
This project also includes plans to improve the intersection of Water Street and Route 2014 (Main Street) by realigning the eastern leg of the intersection for better traffic flow. Additional work includes new drainage between the intersection and the new bridge, newly placed inlets to better capture stormwater, updated traffic signal, and new ADA curb ramps.
To complete the project, the area from the river bridge to the newly installed bridge over Glade Run will be milled and resurfaced.
In June of 2022, the contractor continued work on the new bridge, setting beams and pouring the bridge deck, with completion expected by August of 2022. The new drainage installation and paving will be completed in late August and Route 405 is expected to be open to traffic in late August of 2022.
Work is expected to be completed on the entire project in 2023.
Cost: $2.7 million
County: LycomingMore About the Muncy Borough Intersection Improvements & Bridge Replacement Project
This multi-year reconstruction of 2.6-miles of Route 199 from the New York state line in Sayre Borough to just north of the Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks (near the Agway) in Athens Borough, began in the fall of 2020.
In the spring of 2022, work on the full depth construction continued on Route 199. This year the contractor plans on completing stages 8,7,6,4 and 3.
In the spring, the contractor began completing stage 8 and 4 simultaneously.
The final stage this construction season will be stage 6 and stage 3.
The reconstruction project includes new curbing, ADA accommodations at intersections (where appropriate), improved drainage, signal upgrades at three intersections, utility upgrades, new paving, and line painting.
Work is expected to be completed in the fall of 2024.
Cost: $16.4 million
County: BradfordMore About the State Route 199-010 Project
This is a $2.1 million mill and pave of Route 11 from the Union County / Northumberland County line in Point Township to the intersection with Route 15 in Shamokin Dam Borough, Snyder County. In the fall of 2021 with the contractor, New Enterprise Stone and Lime, Inc., completed flexible base repairs to the roadway in preparation for milling and paving in 2022.
In the June of 2022, the contractor milled the surface and paved the northbound and southbound lanes. The project will be completed with the paving of the final wearing course and with line painting in the July of 2022.
Work is expected to be completed in the summer of 2022.
Cost: $2.1 million
41 bridges were repaired, replaced, or preserved by PennDOT or industry forces in 2021. 521 miles of roadway were improved by department or partner crews in 2021. This includes 45 miles of paving.
PennDOT's Engineering District 3 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 4,500 road miles and 2,901 bridges.
We also work with local governments, elected officials, stakeholders and the public on keeping people and goods moving safely and efficiently in this region.
State-Maintained Road Miles
* Filled salaried positions. Does not include wage jobs, which fluctuate seasonally.
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