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Linglestown Gazette: Renovations to make motoring a bit tricky

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Renovations to make motoring a bit tricky

The community renovation project planned to start in Linglestown this summer includes a total rebuild of Route 39 (Linglelstown Road) from one end of the village to the other. In short, the main drag through town will be a mess for a year or so.

Once construction crews get rolling, vehicular traffic most likely will be restricted to one way heading in a westward direction.

Through traffic heading eastbound toward the village will be stopped somewhere before reaching the new fire station. My guess is Country Club Drive and Ranger Road will see significant increases of traffic as locals wind their way through the village on an assortment of side streets.

The bypass or loop road connecting Linglestown Road to Blue Moutain Parkway will be the first thing constructed. Residents who live along Blue Mountain Parkway will be able to use the new connector road after traffic restrictions are put in place.



At 3:17 PM, Anonymous Q said...

Thanks for the updates and answering my question, Bill!

At 7:39 PM, Blogger Harry said...

Yeah, I'm glad to see these updates, too! It's nice to know how the road is going to be in the upcoming months once work starts.


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