York County roadwork through Chanceford Twp. begins Monday


A PennDOT contractor is slated to begin work Monday on a project to repair and resurface a section of Muddy Creek Forks Road.

Drainage work on the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation project will start Monday, March 19, covering 6.15 miles of the road, from where it intersects with Delta Road (Route 74) in Brogue through Chanceford Township.

The work will continue through the village of Muddy Creek Forks onto New Park Road and culminate where it intersects with Arnold Road in Fawn Township.

York-based Kinsley Construction is contracted for the almost $2.5 million project, which includes drainage, replacement of 10 cross pipes, roadway base repair, asphalt resurfacing, guiderail replacement, new signs and pavement markings.

The scheduled completion of the project is the end of August.

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Lane restrictions: According to PennDOT officials, the work on drainage and cross pipe replacement might require single-lane restrictions where flaggers will direct traffic during daylight hours.

Base repair and resurfacing is planned for this summer.

Travelers should expect delays on Route 2069, which encompasses sections of Muddy Creek Forks and New Park roads and averages between 1,100 and 1,650 vehicles per day.

To keep up to date with future PennDOT projects occurring or being bid this year, including projects supported by the state transportation funding plan or on the department's Four and Twelve Year plans, visit projects.penndot.gov.

For day-to-day updates on traffic conditions, county residents can check the free 24-hour service, 511PA.com.