Bradford, — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) advises motorists to start cutting as well as getting rid of trees on the streets of McKean County on Monday, May 3rd. This task will certainly enhance chauffeur safety and security and prolong the life of roadway surface areas.

Over the following four to six weeks, the teams will be operating at the adhering to places:

– – Route 770 about half a mile west of the Route 219 junction.

– – Route 219 concerning two miles north of the Route 59 joint.

– – Route 219 at the crossway of Route 4001 (Lafayette Avenue).

– – Route 446 approximately 1.5 miles north of the Route 46 joint.

– – Route 1006 (McCrae Brook Road) regarding a mile east of Route 446 intersection.

Dropping trees and also getting rid of trees develops “daylight” when traveling so that sunshine can speed up the melting of snow and ice in the winter season. It also boosts exposure in some locations and decreases the threat of old and also dead trees falling on the road.

Motorists may experience quick delays as road flippers compel an alternating website traffic pattern during this process. Motorists should watch out for flaggers and stopped or slowed down traffic.

All job is carried out in daytime and also is weather reliant. Richardson Tree as well as Landscaping Co., Inc. of New Wilmington, is the contractor for this task.

Drivers can inspect problems on major roads at 511PA is complimentary as well as available 24/7. It offers warnings of traffic delays, weather forecasts, information on web traffic speed and accessibility to greater than 1,000 website traffic cams.

511PA is likewise available via a mobile phone application for iPhone and also Android tools by calling 5-1-1 or following regional Twitter notices offered on the 511PA web site.

Sign up for PennDOT information in Cameron, Center, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, Juniata, McKean, Mifflin, and Potter counties at For local updates on Twitter, see

MEDIA CONTACT: Marla Fannin (814) 360-3013, Timothy Nebgen (814) 360-3838

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