State updates area residents on recent road repairs

Pike County. The Shapiro administration touted completion of three big projects, with another in the works.

| 27 Dec 2023 | 04:48

While plenty of work still remains in many areas of the county, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Engineering District 4 Executive Richard Roman recently highlighted this year’s completed projects in Pike County, as well as one project still in process.

”We are excited for the opportunity to highlight some of the important transportation projects we have completed in 2023 and those that will continue into next year,” Roman said. “These projects reflect our ongoing dedication to build, maintain, and enhance major and secondary corridors that allow travelers to safely and efficiently travel throughout northeast PA.”

According to the announcement, PennDOT completed the resurfacing project on Route 6 (G.A.R Highway) from Route 434 (Shohola Road) to Route 739, and base repair on Route 6 (G.A.R Highway) from Ames Road to White Birch Drive in Palmyra Township. In August, the state completed the resurfacing project on Route 1013 (Cummins Hill Road) in Westfall Township. Additionally, a “superstructure replacement project” on Route 2001 (Milford Road) in Delaware Township was completed in November 2023.

PennDOT noted that one project remains ongoing and will continue into 2024: a safety improvement project along Route 739 in Blooming Grove.

Information about infrastructure in District 4, including completed work and significant projects, is available at Find PennDOT’s planned and active construction projects at