The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has postponed resurfacing work that was supposed to begin Wednesday on Interstate 79 in Marshall.
A PennDOT spokesman said continuing discussions with the contractor for the work has pushed it back until next week.
"We are re-evaluating the approach to repairs on the roadway," PennDOT spokesman Steve Cowan said in a news release this afternoon.
The $7.71 million milling and resurfacing project now is expected to begin Monday, Mr. Cowan said.
Work includes milling and resurfacing 3.48 miles of I-79 in each direction between the Route 910/Wexford (Exit 73) interchange and Butler County. Additionally, base repairs, guard-rail upgrades, bridge preservation work, ramp improvements and updates in signage and lane markings will occur.
Traffic restrictions will occur during the work, PennDOT has said.
First Published August 5, 2014 12:00 AM