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Berks County: Permit Work on Two State Roads in Reading

Jul 09, 2018 • by PennDOT
PA Department of Transportation

Municipality:  City of Reading

Road name:  North Ninth Street

Between:  Douglass Street And:  Windsor Street

Type of work:  Other

Work being done by:  Local Permittee

Type of restriction:  Daytime

Restriction:  North Ninth Street will be closed while a private contractor performs building demolition work. Seek alternate routes. Expect delays and use caution driving through the area. 

Start date:  7/9/2018

Est completion date:  7/19/2018

Restrictions in effect (time of day): 8:00 AM To: 5:00 PM

Will rain cause delays?:  No

Municipality:  City of Reading

Road name:  Business Route 222/Lancaster Avenue

Between:  US 422/West Shore Bypass And:  North Arlington Street

Type of work:  Utility Work

Work being done by:  Local Utility

Type of restriction:  Nighttime

Restriction:  Lane restrictions at the intersection of Business Route 222/Lancaster Avenue and PA 10/Morgantown Road for Reading Area Water Authority work. Expect delays and please use caution driving through the work zone. The work being performed under a PennDOT Highway Occupancy Permit.

Start date:  7/11/2018

Est completion date:  7/13/2018

Restrictions in effect (time of day):  9:00 PM To: 5:00 AM

Will rain cause delays?:  No

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