The following Pennsylvania Department of Transportation work is scheduled through Jan. 16 throughout Wyoming County.

Please note all work depends on weather conditions.

Work on these projects will be in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and state Department of Health guidance as well as a project-specific COVID-19 safety plan.

Short Term
  • Route 92 (Falls Township). Manual brushing through Friday, dual shifts (4 a.m.-noon; noon-8 p.m.).
  • SR 2012 (Clinton Township). Bridge repairs through Friday, dual shifts (4 a.m.-noon; noon-8 p.m.)
  • SR 3001 (Forkston Township). Disaster recovery through Friday, dual shifts (4 a.m.-noon; noon-8 p.m.).
  • SR 3002 (Noxen Township). Disaster recovery through Friday, dual Shifts (4 a.m-noon; noon-8 p.m.).
  • SR 3004 (Mehoopany Township). Disaster recovery through Friday, dual shifts (4 a.m.-noon; noon-8 p.m.).
Long Term
  • SR 1025 (Station Hill Road), Nicholson Borough. Repairs to the bridge start in the spring. Detour is as follows: From SR 1025, make a left onto Rt. 92 north. Turn left onto SR 1027, continue straight on Pratt Hollow Road (Wyoming to Susquehanna County). Then, left onto Schoolhouse Road; left onto SR 2017, continue straight to SR 1025.
  • SR 2012 (Lithia Valley Road), Clinton Township. Superstructure replacement, bridge repairs.

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