PennDOT Scheduled Roadwork- Week of August 16-24

Posted on Friday August 16, 2013

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M-W: I-81 South between Exit 155 (Dorrance) and Exit 145 (West Hazleton) will be single lane for concrete Patching from Monday (8/19) to Wednesday (8/21), 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.


*I-81 North Between Exit 170 (Wilkes-Barre) and Exit 175 (Dupont/Pittston) will have lane shifts for Bridge replacement over Sunset Road and Old Boston Road beginning Monday, July 29 and will continue until spring of 2014.


*I-81 both directions between Exit 178 (Avoca) and Exit 186 (Dunmore/Drinker Street) will be single lane for resurfacing Sunday to Friday, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. until late October.

Sunday, August 18 – Southbound from Cemetery Bridges moving South

Monday, August 19 – continuing Southbound

Tuesday, August 20 – continuing southbound

Wednesday, August 21 – continuing southbound

Thursday, August 22 – continuing southbound

Friday, August 23 – Rain Day


*Interstate 81 North between Exit 186 (Dunmore-Drinker St) and Exit 190 (Dickson City/ Main Ave) will be single lane for grinding from June 17 to September 1, 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.


M-Th: I-81 in both directions between Exit 188 (Dunmore/Throop) and Exit 194 (Clarks Summit) will be single lane for temporary paving at approach from Monday (8/19) to Thursday (8/22), 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.


Tues-W: The I-81 entrance ramp at Exit 191 (Dickson City) from Business Route 6 to I-81 North will be closed for Rock removal from Tuesday (8/20) to Wednesday (8/21), 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.


W-Th: I-81 over SR 374 in Lenox will have a crane inspection operation from Wednesday (8/21) to Thursday (8/22). There may be traffic delays and lane closures.


*I-81 North in New York from I-81/I-481 interchange to Syracuse will be closed for bridge replacement from Friday, August 9 at 6 p.m. to Monday, August 19. For more information visit or call New York Department of Transportation at (315) 428-4351.