A construction crew shifted lanes, bringing about new traffic patterns, at an intersection that's undergoing an improvement project in York and Windsor townships.

The lanes were shifted Monday night at the intersection of Route 24, known locally as Cape Horn Road, and Route 124, known locally as East Prospect Road, according to the state Department of Transportation.

Westbound traffic on Route 124 was shifted to the left and divided into three lanes — a left turn lane, straight lane and a right turn lane. Eastbound Route 124 remain unchanged.

Northbound Route 24 was shifted to the right and divided into two lanes — a left turn lane and a straight lane with right turn. Southbound Route 24 was shifted to the left and divided into two lanes — a left turn lane and a straight lane with a right turn, the release says.

The new traffic patterns are part of a $5.4 million project being done by Kinsley Construction to widen the intersection, allowing to additional turn lanes and improved traffic flow, PennDOT says.

The project is expected to be finished in November 2015.

— Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.



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