Dunmore – The following work is scheduled for this week throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania.  Anyone wishing to sign up for PennDOT Travel Advisories can do so by emailing James May at jamay@pa.gov

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Please note all work depends on weather conditions.

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Starting Wednesday, April 18 through the end of the month PennDOT will be conducting a pothole blitz across District 4.

REAL ID is optional for Pennsylvania residents, but if you to use your Pennsylvania driver’s license or ID card to board domestic commercial flights or enter federal buildings and military installations that require ID, you may want to consider getting a REAL ID.  To learn more about Real ID in Pennsylvania and decide  if it’s right for you, please visit www.PennDOT.gov/REALID

Teen Driving: “Staying Safe All the Time”  A community forum to discuss the issue of teen driving and provide valuable information regarding ways to prevent accidents, injuries, and fatalities on streets and highways.  Thursday, May 17, 2018  7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Evans Hall, Hibbard Campus Center, Keystone College.  Free and open to the public.

Lackawanna County

Short Term

S.R. 435-Segment 250-Single Lane-Bridge Deck Patching and Approach Repairs-Friday 05/11/2018-Friday 05/11/2018-7 30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Long Term

SR 1012, Archbald Borough- At the intersection of Kennedy Drive and County Road, work is taking place to form a four-way intersection with the opposite Borough street. A new traffic signal will be installed at this intersection as well, and Kennedy Drive will be widened to accommodate a center turn lane from Main Street to Monica Drive. An additional left turn lane may be added on Main for left turns on to Kennedy Drive. The project should be completed by the summer of 2018.

Bridge Now Open to traffic . SR 6011(Harrison Avenue), Scranton - As part of the ongoing project to replace the Harrison Avenue Bridge, the Central Scranton Expressway is a single lane pattern in each direction.  The project completion is 2018.