DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has released its improvement plans for Derry Street (Route 3012) in Swatara Township, Paxtang Borough, Dauphin County on Tuesday December 27th.
After engineers and planners worked with PennDOT to conduct a safety study, PennDOT was recommended to increase safety and make improvements along Derry Street.
The project extends from the junction of Mulberry Street and Derry Street to the junction of Rosewood Lane and Derry Street.
Improvements such as sidewalk milling and overlaying, better signage and lane markings, and sidewalk/zebra crossing improvements, particularly at 21st Street and Derry Street, have been proposed.
For now, the project The groundbreaking is scheduled for the 2024 construction season.
If you have any concerns about this project, contact Adam Wright, PennDOT Project Manager, at email@example.com or 717-772-4028.
https://www.abc27.com/local-news/penndot-releases-new-plans-for-derry-street-in-dauphin-county/ PennDOT releases new plans for Derry Street in Dauphin County