One project along Route 220 begins today while another that was supposed to be finished today has been canceled, according to the state Department of Transportation.
In Woodward Township, a maintenance crew will perform base repairs in the north- and southbound lanes, one direction at a time, from the Woodward Township Fire Hall to the intersection with Northway Road.
One lane will be closed at 7 a.m. and reopened at 5 p.m., barring any unforeseen issues.
Work will continue Friday and Monday.
Slow-moving or stopped traffic is possible while work continues.
A project to perform base repairs on Route 220 in Piatt Township near Jersey Shore, which was supposed to start Wednesday, has been canceled until further notice.
Traffic detours on East Third Street
Crews from HRI Inc. are removing railroad ties from beneath East Third Street between Penn and Chatham streets until the end of this week, according to city officials.
City engineer John Grado suggested Tuesday that most motorists can use Washington Boulevard to get around the worksite and local traffic can use Church Street.
The work will continue through the end of the week and is part of a 2012 reconstruction project to smooth the road surface because the ties beneath are causing a bumpy driving surface.
The work was supposed to take place in both the north- and southbound lanes from just west of the railroad overpass to the Route 287 interchange.