750 mm by 600 mm (30 in by 24 in) Pennsylvania shield, made to the specifications of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), 2003 Edition (sign M1-5). Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Thousands of daily commuters who were used to traveling on Route 724 in Cumru Township are getting an early Christmas present.
The 1.5-mile stretch between Route 10 and Interstate 176 is set to reopen Friday afternoon. It has been closed since August so the Reading Area Water Authority could install a water main.
“The paving’s pretty much done and everything’s been tested,” said Alan Wong, construction manager.
Crews are adding finishing touches, like line painting, and PennDOT needs to inspect the stretch, he said. Another layer of asphalt will be added in spring, but that won’t delay the reopening.
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