WARREN, Pa. – A $1.2 million resurfacing project that will give motorists a smoother ride on Route 6 in Warren County is scheduled to start today.
The project will include the paving of 0.6 miles of roadway on Route 6 from the Gabion Retaining Wall to Warren/Kinzua road (Route 59) in Mead Township.
Work will include milling and paving, in addition to the installation of new traffic signals and ADA-compliant curb ramps.
Weather permitting, work is expected to be completed in September 2022.
Motorists may encounter lane restrictions with traffic controlled by flaggers.
The contractor is IA Construction Corporation of Franklin, PA. The contract cost is $1,203,222.22, which is to be paid for entirely with federal funds.
Information on the Route 6 Paving Project is available online at www.penndot.gov/District1.