Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that a PennDOT maintenance crew in Dauphin County is scheduled to perform road work this week on westbound Route 22/322 at the Dauphin Boro/Stony Creek Exit. Crews will be correcting a dip in the road on the west side of the railroad underpass spanning the highway at the exit.
On Wednesday October 18, the left lane of westbound Route 22/322 will be closed for milling and paving the dip area on the left side of the road. Traffic will be restricted from approximately
Route 443 (Fishing Creek) to just west of the Dauphin Boro/Stony Creek Exit beginning at 8:00 AM Wednesday.
These restrictions will remain in place overnight due to the depth of uneven pavement between the left and right lanes.
On Thursday, October 19, the left lane will be opened and the right lane will be closed so the same work can be performed. Once this work is complete on Thursday afternoon, all lanes will be open to traffic.
Due to high traffic volumes on this road, traffic delays are expected, especially during peak hours. Motorists should be alert, drive with caution and watch for stopped or slow-moving traffic.
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