No official detour will be in place for this short-term work. Drivers will need to use alternate routes around the closure
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting motorists that Potter County Maintenance will close Route 4001 (Sartwell Creek Road) in Roulette Township on May 11. This one-day closure will allow maintenance crews to replace a large drainage pipe beneath the roadway. PennDOT Potter County Maintenance forces will complete all work on this project.
At 7:00 AM on May 11, crews will close the road about three-quarters of a mile north of the intersection with Route 6. PennDOT anticipates reopening the roadway at 3:00 PM. No official detour will be in place for this short-term work. Drivers will need to use alternate routes around the closure. During work hours, school bus traffic and emergency services will be permitted through.
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