The third traffic control phase starts next week at a roundabout project at the intersection of Route 94 (Carlisle Pike), Route 394 (Hunterstown Road), and Stoney Point Road (Route 1007) in the Village of Hampton, Reading Township, Adams County.
The PennDOT project starts Monday, June 29, with Carlisle Pike reduced to a single lane at the intersection. Carlisle Pike’s southbound lane will be closed. The northbound lane will remain open with temporary signals allowing alternating directions of traffic to proceed through the single-lane section of roadway. A 10-foot maximum vehicle width restriction will be in place.
These conditions will remain in effect for about two months.
The project’s first phase of this intersection began in mid-May, requiring the closure of Stoney Point Road at the intersection of Carlisle Pike. The detour for this phase of the project uses Route 234 and Route 94. This closure also will be in place for the duration of the project.
The project’s second phase started in early June when Route 394 was closed at it’s intersection with Carlisle Pike. A detour is in effect using Oxford Road (Route 1015) and Route 234.
Project completion is the end of November.
The $1,488,569 contract for the project went to Kinsley Construction, Inc., of York, PA. It includes roadway reconstruction, curbs, sidewalks, central island and channeling devices, truck aprons, crosswalks, drainage, lighting and signals.
Work on this project will be in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and state Department of Health guidance as well as a project-specific COVID-19 safety plan, which will include protocols for social distancing, use of face coverings, personal and job-site cleaning protocols, management of entries to the jobsite, and relevant training.