A busy, four-mile section of Route 30 in Hempfield will become even more congested Monday night when a $2.5 million improvement project along the highway begins, PennDOT District 12 has announced.
Allison Park Contractors of Gibsonia will begin work 8 p.m. Monday on bridge and guiderail improvements on the highway section between Toll Gate Hill Road, near the Gabe’s store, east to Westmoreland Mall. Work will occur at night between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. and is scheduled to be completed in late August, according to PennDOT spokesperson Valerie Petersen.
Motorists will encounter roadway width restrictions during the work.
Work will include the removal and replacement of guiderails and minor bridge improvements on three bridges that cross over Route 30 at routes 136, 130 and 3103 near Jack’s Run.