PennDOT on Tuesday spelled out details on four road resurfacing projects that began simultaneously this week.
The longest area being worked on is a three-and-a-half mile stretch of Grandview Road in Cornplanter Township from the Oil City line to Route 227.
Bordering that project is a resurfacing job being done on Oak Road in Cornplanter Township and Oil City. The work area covers just under one mile, and extends from Grandview Road to East Bissell Avenue.
Resurfacing has also begun on a more than a mile-and-a-half stretch of State Route 6008 (“Old Route 8″) from Route 8 to Georgetown Road, and on Pone Lane (State Route 3021) from Route 8 to Congress Hill Road in Sandycreek Township.
The projects include both milling and repaving. Total work should take about two months.