Multiple roads reopened across the region Tuesday
Motorists are advised by PennDOT that roadways across the region are closed because of flooding and they should use caution while traveling as rains continue. The following roadways in Somerset County will remain closed until the water recedes and it can be checked for any damage. Any roadways that have re-opened are noted.
Re-Opened-Route 3003 (Jersey Hollow Road) from the intersection of Brushtown Road in Lower Turkeyfoot Township to the intersection of Groff Road in Ursina Borough.
* Route 281 from the intersection of Pa 523 (Oden Street) in Confluence Borough to the intersection of Second Street in Ursina Borough.
* Route 1004 (Main Street/Corner Stone Road) from the intersection of Spangler Street in Shanksville Borough to the intersection of Park Road in Stonycreek Township.
Re-Opened-Route 2004 Mount Davis Road/Broadway Street) from the intersection of Rockdale Road in Summit Township to the intersection of First Street in Meyersdale Borough.
Re-Opened-Route 2005 (Matlick Road) from the intersection of Mount Davis Road in Elk Lick Township to the intersection of Mount Davis Road in Summit Township.
Re-Opened-Route 3007 (Humbert Road) from the intersection of Route 281 (Kingwood Road) in Lower Turkeyfoot Township to the intersection of Route 281 (Kingwood Road) in upper Turkeyfoot Township.
Re-Opened-Route 4023 (Blacks Hill Road/Million Dollar Highway) from the intersection of Route 30 to the intersection of Route 601 in Jenner Township and Boswell Borough.
Re-Opened-Route 403 from the intersection of Dunlo Transfer to the intersection of Krings Road and Soap Hollow Road in Conemaugh Township.
Re-Opened-Route 3033 (Barron Church Road) to the intersection of Copper Kettle Highway to the intersection of Triplecreek Road in Middlecreek Township.
PennDOT urges motorists to be alert to water on roadways, obey warning signs and traffic control devices, and never drive through flooding or standing water on roads. Shallow, swiftly flowing water can wash a car from a roadway. Also, the roadbed may not be intact under the water.
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