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Governor Wolf Highlights Progress of Statewide ‘Resurface PA’ Initiative

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Infrastructure,  Press Release,  Transportation Boothwyn, PA – Governor Tom Wolf joined Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie S. Richards, PennDOT officials, and other representatives today at the Pennsylvania Welcome Center in Delaware County to highlight the progress of the Resurface PA Initiative.“PennDOT has made great strides with this aggressive campaign to accelerate repaving work on interstates and attack potholes across Pennsylvania,” Governor Wolf said. “In addition to accelerating the work, Resurface PA extends our reach to roads and highways throughout the state that we would not have been able to reach in a regular maintenance year.”Under the Resurface PA initiative, PennDOT has mounted an aggressive campaign to accelerate repaving interstates and attacking potholes across the state’s 40,000 miles of PennDOT-maintained roads, the nation’s fifth largest such system. The program calls for an additional $7 million investment in seven interstate maintenance projects covering potholes and other repairs on 78 miles of roads this year. In addition, these additional investments are planned:$30 million in transportation infrastructure investment funding for interstate improvements;$60 million in PennDOT investments from interstate-project bid savings being reinvested in resurfacing; and$62 million in additional funding for interstate preservation projects.Together, these commitments will make 17 interstate paving and preservation projects covering 255 miles happen at least two years sooner than scheduled, with projects beginning this year and next year. These accelerated projects, which will preserve the pavement surfaces for at least five to six years, build on the 85 interstate projects covering more than 775 miles that are underway or expected to begin or finish this year.A significant part of the work is being financed using savings from other projects since Governor Wolf took office.Under ‘Resurface PA’, work is set to begin at the end of the summer to transform a nine-mile stretch of interstate 95 in Delaware County, a section that was last resurfaced in 2007, into a smoother and safer travel experience for motorists.“The Philadelphia region has taken full advantage of the additional resources allocated from this initiative to attack potholes on our state highways,” District 6 Executive Kenneth M. McClain said. “These resources have allowed us to accelerate the work on much needed repairs, particularly on Interstate 95 in Delaware County.”Through the end of July, PennDOT used 109,007 tons of patching material, compared to 101,326 tons during the same period in 2017. Department forces improved more than 1,800 miles of roads between January and the beginning of August, including pothole and other work. Also, the number of pothole concerns reported to PennDOT this year climbed to 15,154 through the end of July compared to 7,261 in 2017 and 4,135 in 2016. The investment in pothole repairs totaled $41 million through July and an additional $31 million in repairs is planned through October.In addition to the Resurface PA contracted paving projects that are in process or design, these projects are underway:Interstate 78From mile marker 16 to Route 61, 5.9 miles in Berks County.Interstate 79From mile marker 178 to 182.5, 6.5 miles in Erie County.Interstate 80From I‐380 to Route 115, 10 miles in Monroe County.About 4 miles in Luzerne County and then from the Luzerne County line to the Monroe. County line, 26 miles in Carbon County.Nine miles in Jefferson County.Interstate 81From the Luzerne County line to Mile Marker 185.5 in Lackawanna County, including bridge work. 7 miles.28 miles in Luzerne County, from Sugar Notch to Avoca.From Gordon to Frackville, 11.9 miles in Schuylkill County.From Mahanoy to McAdoo, 16.7 miles in Schuylkill County.From Ravine to Hegins, 12.5 miles in Schuylkill County.Interstate 83From Route 262 to Carlisle Road, 3.4 miles in York and Cumberland counties.Interstate 84Interchange area with Interstate 81, between Exits 185 and 186 on I-81 and from I-81 to Exit 2 on I-84 in Lackawanna County, 7 miles.Interstate 95Approximately 6 miles of I-95 in Philadelphia and another 17 miles in Delaware County.Interstate 180From the Market Street Bridge to the Loyalsock Creek bridge, 9.7 miles in Lycoming County.Interstate 380From the Monroe County line to Interstate 84, 15 miles in Lackawanna County.From Interstate 80 to Route 940,5.1 miles in Monroe County.Interstate 376From the Fort Pitt Bridge to Edgewood, 14.8 miles in Allegheny County.Motorists can report potholes and other highway-maintenance concerns on state routes at www.customercare.penndot.gov or by calling PennDOT’s toll-free hotline at 1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623).Motorists are asked to be as specific as possible when providing locations of maintenance concerns. Motorists should report the county, municipality, street name, and state route number, which can be found on small black and white signs posted along state highways. In addition, a description of any familiar landmarks would be helpful for PennDOT to locate the problem area. Maintenance concerns will be corrected as soon as possible. Emergency road repairs, such as road wash-outs, are handled on a top-priority basis.The 1-800-FIX-ROAD number should not be used to report traffic accidents, disabled vehicles or other emergencies. Motorists should continue to call 911 to report these types of emergencies.To learn about how potholes form and how PennDOT addresses them, view the department’s “Pothole Patrol” video on its YouTube page, www.youtube.com/pennsylvaniadot.Join the conversation on social media with #PotholePatrol. Visit PennDOT on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pennsylvaniadepartmentoftransportation and Instagram at www.instagram.com/pennsylvaniadot, or visit us on Twitter at @PennDOTNews. Governor Wolf Highlights Progress of Statewide ‘Resurface PA’ Initiativecenter_img August 28, 2018last_img read more

F-M golfers start fast, claims Drumlins Invitational title

first_imgOn F-M White’s side, it was Andrew Ahn shooting a 39, one better than Jack Antshel’s 40, with Luke Weisiger (43) just ahead of Mark Hanlon (44) and Tobey Schulman (45).Then F-M Green beat Cicero-North Syracuse’s Green team 179-210 a day later. Adam Butch shot 33, with Enzo Abruzzese adding a 34. Mike Millimaci (37), Velton Perry and Andrew Heyman  (38) also broke 40.All of this was a prelude to Monday’s Drumlins Invitational, where 19 teams would compete in two divisions, including F-M and local rivals Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse Minoa. Despite all of the competition, F-M Green emerged victorious, its team total of 193 well clear of Baldwinsville and Cicero-North Syracuse Blue, who shared second place with 205.Individually, Butch and Perry tied for second with 36 behind the medalist score of 34 by Liverpool’s Spencer Baum. Mike Millimaci shot a 40 to match LaCombe’s total as Heyman and Abruzzese both posted 41. Andrew Ahn led F-M White with a 44 ahead of Weisiger, Alex Duggleby (46 each), Anthony Ahn (47) and  Tobey Scheilmann (51).As for J-D, it finished fifth among SCAC Empire division sides with 222, two shots ahead of ESM Blue’s 224.The Red Rams were led by Punn Chitteralert’s 39, with Essex Glowaki shooting a 43. Tanner Burns, with a 46, beat out Tyler Brang (47) and Cooper Werner, who each shot 47 as Bryan Fennell had a 53.Joe Pacheco and David Griffith each had matching rounds of 39 for ESM Blue, with Dan Sitnik posting a 42. Owen White had a 47 to edge out Braedon Smith and Zach Johnson, who each shot 48.Away from all this, Christian Brothers Academy opened its season Monday by defeating Cazenovia 209-213. Joe Nicholson shot a 38, with Ryan McLaughlin getting a 42. Mike Santoro and Peter Scuderi each shot 43 and Jack MacLachlan added a 44.League matches on Tuesday included F-M White’s 215-218 defeat to C-NS Blue. Andrew Ahn had a 41 at Woodcrest, with Schulman getting a 42. Duggleby shot 44 and Anthony Ahn posted a 45.ESM Blue and Orange went to Greenview, with Blue shooting 212 to the Redhawks’ 219 as Orange finished with 271.Griffith’s 39 matched Central Square’s Adam Woodmansee for low individual round as Pacheco posted a 42. White shot 43, with Leo and Sitnik tying at 44. Brett Smith’s 51 led the ESM Orange team as Colin Decker got 53.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Boys golfCBAESMF-MJ-Dcenter_img It was left to the newly-configured boys golf program at Fayetteville-Manlius to get the Section III high school sports 2019-20 season underway – and it didn’t take long for the Hornets to establish itself as the favorites in the SCAC Metro division.On the morning of Aug. 24, F-M had a match between its “Green” team and “White” team, a departure from seasons past where F-M only had one varsity side.At Woodcrest Golf Club, F-M Green, with the more experienced players on hand, won 188-211, with Adam Butch shooting the low nine-hole score of 35 over 38s shot by Matt LaCombe, Enzo Abruzzese and Andrew Heyman, with Velton Perry adding a 39.last_img read more