PennDOT announces $257 million in road construction projects for York County, rest of region


PennDOT officials announced a full slate of road construction projects expected to continue or start in the second half of 2024 for York County and the surrounding region.

More than 80 road and bridge projects are expected to be offered in District 8 by 2024, with an estimated cost of $257 million.

“PennDOT will continue to improve the transportation network in south-central Pennsylvania,” District 8 Director Kevin Keefe said in a statement. “The additional funds we receive through the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will allow us to tackle highway and bridge projects that will benefit those who live and do business in our region.”

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In York County this year, notable projects moving forward this year include:

  • Rehabilitation of the Sherman Street Bridge and replacement of the Eberts Lane Bridge in Spring Garden and Springettsbury townships, and York City. Estimated cost: $10.1 million.
  • Rehabilitation of Route 116 (York Road) bridge in North Codorus Township. Estimated cost: $1.9 million.
  • North York Widening demolition contract in Manchester, Springettsbury, Spring Garden townships, York City and North York Borough. Estimated cost: $1.5 million.

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Notable projects in York County that have begun or are beginning this year include:

  • Route 30 highway rehabilitation project from Route 74 to George Street in the townships of Manchester and West Manchester, and York City. Estimated cost: $8.7 million.
  • Business Loop 83 (Route 3075) resurfaces near the city of York. Estimated cost: $4.4 million.
  • Red Lion Avenue (Route 2079) over the Muddy Creek North Branch Bridge Replacement Project in Felton Borough. Estimated cost: $2.2 million.

Improvements will continue to the cable center barrier and guide rails at several locations along Route 30, I-81 and Route 222 in Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties. The estimated cost of the entire project is $5.2 million.

There are 113 active construction projects in District 8 continuing or starting in 2024, with an estimated contract value of $667.5 million. That includes about 140 miles of pavement and about 29 bridges that will be repaired or replaced, 19 of which are in poor condition.

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