Lanes to be restricted on Carlisle Street in Hanover for resurfacing
Lanes will be restricted for a repair and resurfacing project on Carlisle Street in Hanover beginning this week.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Tuesday, April 3, that its contractor began preparatory work on the project, which will cover about 1½ miles of Route 94, also known as Carlisle Street.
Work will run from East Granger Street to Elm Avenue, and on Elm Avenue from Carlisle Street to the York-Adams county line, according to a news release.
The contract, valued near $1.8 million, was awarded to Bedford County-based New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., the release states.
New Enterprise will conduct inlet replacement and adjustment work, curb cut work required by the Americans with Disabilities Act, roadway base repair, replacement of the top layer of asphalt with Superpave asphalt overlay and new signs and pavement markings.
The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of October.
PennDOT is informing drivers that lanes will not be restricted between 6 and 8:30 a.m. or between 3:30 and 6 p.m.
Single-lane restrictions with flaggers directing traffic might be in effect for daylight hours for the curb, inlet and roadway base repair work before milling and resurfacing operations.
Travelers should allow for extra time or seek alternate routes, as sections of Carlisle Street average between 16,700 and 13,300 vehicles traveled daily, according to a news release.