Drivers traveling Route 230 this week in Dauphin County should expect delays as crews resurface the road.
PennDOT crews are resurfacing a 1.3-mile stretch of Route 230 in Dauphin County.
The work starts Monday and will wrap up by Friday, August 14. Work will take place daily from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. from Deodate Road in Londonderry Township to the Conewago Creek at the Dauphin/Lancaster County line.
During the work, Route 230 will be limited to one lane and flaggers will be on scene directing traffic.
According to PennDOT, nearly 6,000 drivers travel that part of Route 230 daily.
To avoid delays, consider using detours like Route 283, which runs parallel to Route 230 or Route 441.