Friday, November 28, 2014
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Road work in Delco to begin Monday

Late-night drivers on Interstate 95 can expect delays through the end of the year as PennDot resurfaces areas of the highway that were damaged last winter.

A $3.4 million resurfacing project will begin Monday in Delaware County and Philadelphia.

Crews will work overnight, between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. on weekdays, according to PennDot. The project is expected to continue through December. Work will begin between Route 420 in Delaware County and Girard Point Bridge in Philadelphia. Crews will also resurface I-95 southbound, beginning south of the Interstate 476 interchange to Route 322 through Delaware County.

The work is funded by the state's new transportation program.

- Laura McCrystal
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