Motorists should expect nighttime lane restrictions (8 p.m. to 6 a.m.) on PA 100. The majority of work will occur at night; however there will be times when tree trimming and brush clearing work will occur between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
PENNDOT says the improvements include roadway patching and resurfacing, replacing concrete mountable curbing, rock placement, guide rail upgrades, sign and sign post upgrades, brush clearing, tree trimming, pavement marking upgrades, and minor bridge rehabilitation work on six bridges.
According to the Morning Call, the section of Route 100 being repaired has an average daily traffic volume that varies between 9,340 vehicles at Route 309 and 16,167 vehicles at Claussville/Kernsville roads.
The estimated completion date is September 2014.