Motorists will encounter a detour and lane restrictions in Youngwood and additional restrictions on Route 30 in Hempfield beginning Monday, as work proceeds on PennDOT road projects.
In Youngwood, beginning at 6 a.m. Monday, a section of Depot Street, between northbound Route 119 (Third Street) and South Second Street, will be closed, and northbound and southbound lane restrictions will be in place on Route 119, between Hillis Street and the New Stanton Borough line.
The lane restrictions, for paving, are expected to continue through 7 p.m. on Thursday.
There will be no access between Route 119 and Burton Avenue during the paving. The intersections of Route 119 with Helman, Academy, Wilson and Fifth streets will be closed as needed.
The Depot Street closure is slated to remain in place until 6 p.m. on Wednesday. Motorists will be detoured along Route 119 and Trolley Line Avenue.
PennDOT contractor Golden Triangle is in the midst of a $24.1 million project to reconstruct Route 119 in Youngwood and adjacent areas of New Stanton and Hempfield.