I-83 Update
March 18, 2019


PennDOT to Repair, Pave 6.9-Mile Section of I-83

Starting at 8 p.m., Sunday, March 24, road crews will begin a nighttime milling, base repair, and accelerated concrete patching operation that begins a project to repair and resurface a 6.9-mile section of I-83 in York County from 2,000 feet south of Exit 10 for Route 214 (Loganville) in Springfield Township to just south of Exit 18 for Route 124 (Mount Rose Avenue) in York Township.

Work is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2019.

During working hours motorists may encounter single-lane restrictions in either direction through the work zone five or six nights a week from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Eventually it may be necessary to temporarily detour on and off ramp traffic when overnight work is scheduled to repair and resurface ramps within the interchanges. These restrictions will not be scheduled over the busy Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, or Thanksgiving holiday weekends. PennDOT will issue a travel advisory when this work is scheduled.

Nighttime work is expected to occur more frequently and consistently as we move into the spring and should be expected each night, weather permitting, from March through the end of the year.

More information here.