Work Begins on Roads in Allegheny National Forest

May 12, 2023

WARREN, Pa. – The USDA Forest Service announced a contractor began much-needed roadwork on Forest Roads 122 and 321 in the Allegheny National Forest Friday morning (May 12).

During the construction work the roads will be temporarily closed to allow for cross-drain culvert replacement. Motorists should anticipate delays and are encouraged to seek alternate routes. US 219 and State Routes 321 and 59 can be used to avoid the construction area.

The roadwork will take place Monday through Friday from 7:oo a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is expected to last approximately two weeks. Motorists can anticipate a much smoother ride when the work is complete.

Outdoor enthusiasts may encounter disturbance from the construction activities along the Kinzua Creek corridor and are encouraged to seek opportunities in other parts of the Forest until construction is complete. Motorists may experience delays when driving to the Kinzua Valley Trailhead.

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