Pavement Patching, Sinkhole Repair Project to Begin on Route 30

Project also includes work on Roosevelt Avenue (Route 4001)


Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that a pavement patching project that includes repairs to a sinkhole and other improvements on a section of Route 30 in York County is scheduled to begin Monday, July 8. Work also is planned on a section of Roosevelt Avenue (Route 4001) as part of this project.

This project includes concrete patching, concrete paving, diamond grinding, asphalt milling, base repair, asphalt overlay, guiderail updates, ADA ramps, signs, pavement markings, and other miscellaneous construction on Route 30 from Route 74 in West Manchester Township to Interstate 83 in Manchester Township. A sinkhole located along the right shoulder of westbound Route 30 just east of the off-ramp to Route 74 (Carlisle Street) will be repaired.

The project also includes base repairs, milling and overlay on Roosevelt Avenue (Route 4001) from Marbrook Lane in the City of York and Manchester Township to just north of Greenbriar Road (Route 4011) in West Manchester Township.

Work will be performed nightly from 9:00 PM to 6:00 AM with single lane closures. Flagging will be performed as needed at intersections within the project limits.

Travelers should be alert and drive with caution through the work zone.

JVI Group, Inc., of York Springs is the contractor on this $ 8,739,391 project. All work is expected to be completed by November 7, 2025.

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Please refer to the location map below:

Topographic map provided by PennDOT showing the construction area in orange.