Greentree Road Construction Expected to Cause Delays
A pipeline reconstruction project underneath Greentree Road is expected to cause major delays.
A major water pipeline reconstruction project underneath Greentree Road is expected to cause major delays starting Monday morning.
The work to replace a 16-inch and 12-inch waterlines with larger pipelines will go from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each weekday from Aug. 6 until late December.
It’s also expected to create a traffic nightmare for motorists and area business owners in Scott Township.
Pennsylvania American Water has hired Casper Colosimo & Sons to conduct the work between the Cochran Road spur and McMonagle Road. There will be temporary lane closures in both directions as crews work on the pipeline.
Scott Township commissioners previously discussed whether daylight or evening construction would work best for upcoming work the water lines along Greentree Road. Some of them expressed concerns with trying to have the work done at night to alleviate traffic tie-ups only to aggravate residents who live right along the work's path and might be bothered by late night noise.
The commissioners ultimately decided to stipulate that crews work during daylight hours in residential areas and allow nighttime work in commercial zones.
For questions about the reconstruction project, contact Pennsylvania American Water at 800-565-7292.