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Gas pipeline projects might cause traffic issues in York County

Columbia Gas has announced multiple projects to replace gas pipelines in York County.

The company said construction for these projects will take place between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, with occasional work on Saturdays.

The work might result in temporary traffic lane closures during work hours, according to Columbia Gas.

According to a news release, the company has begun replacing pipelines in the following areas:

• Loucks Road between Kenneth Road and Route 30. About 3,200 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.

• East King Street between South George and Pattison streets. About 4,100 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.

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• West King Street between South Sumner Street and South Highland Avenue; South Adams Street between West King and West Poplar streets; and Hoke Street between West King and West Poplar streets. About 2,300 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.

• West Philadelphia Street between North Diamond and North Adams streets; North Seward Street between West Philadelphia and Stanton streets; North Sumner Street between West Philadelphia and West Market streets; and North Clinton Street between West Philadelphia and West Market streets. About 3,400 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.