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Reach Teresa Boeckel at tboeckel@ydr.com or call 717-771-2031.

PennDOT: Ramp to I-83 North will close again for a week

Update on March 13: Construction on the North Hills Road ramp to I-83 North has been delayed, according to the state Department of Transportation. It now is scheduled to close March 23-30. Posted on Feb. 26: A ramp to Interstate … Continue reading

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Project for Shrewsbury exit of I-83 could grow bigger

Improvements at the Shrewsbury exit of Interstate 83 have been eyed for years, and transportation planners now expect one big project instead of two smaller ones at that interchange. That’s because the I-83 bridge was deemed structurally deficient during an … Continue reading

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Take a survey about local waters, help with Chesapeake Bay cleanup

Efforts are underway in York County to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay, and you can take a survey to help. The survey asks residents how they feel about their local waters, such as keeping streams clean or cleaning them … Continue reading

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York Split to see traffic pattern changes this week

Harrisburg commuters will see some new traffic patterns at the York Split this week, according to the state Department of Transportation. Tonight, crews will be moving the temporary concrete barriers and shifting Interstate 83 traffic onto the newly-widened and reconstructed … Continue reading

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More work coming to Mount Rose Avenue interchange in preparation for rehab

It’s only six months until crews are expected to start working on the makeover of the Mount Rose Avenue interchange. You might have noticed in the past few months that crews have been tearing down some of the businesses off … Continue reading

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What will the Longstown intersection look like? Check out PennDOT’s plans

Recently, I received an email from a reader saying he was looking for the plans for the Longstown intersection but could not find them. He wrote that “there has been a lot of speculation about how the roads are going … Continue reading

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College Avenue bridge closes for repairs

The College Avenue bridge in York is closed for about a week for repairs, an official said. #ydrnews http://t.co/pSHdYb9YK0 — Teresa Boeckel (@teresaboeckel) October 1, 2014 The College Avenue bridge over the Codorus Creek in York closed today for repairs. … Continue reading

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Yellow Dot Program could help save your life

I spotted a link for the “Yellow Dot Program” on Southern Regional Police’s Facebook page today and wondered what it was. I clicked on the link to check it out. It’s a program that’s designed to help citizens in the … Continue reading

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Lancaster commuters: Don’t forget to take the bus survey

Lancaster commuters: Don’t forget to take the bus survey that could result in a better transit connection. The deadline is Saturday, Aug. 30. Rabbittransit currently provides service from York to Lancaster eight times a day, said Richard Farr, executive director … Continue reading

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How should roads and bridges that flood be addressed?

You probably know which roads in York County flood during heavy rains. The Route 74 bridge over the Little Conewago Creek is one. Indian Rock Dam Road is another. Should future road and bridge projects not only address the structures … Continue reading

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