The Logan County Engineer’s Office announces that Pavement Technology Inc.will apply rejuvenating sealer to several county roads beginning today through Sept. 21.
Crews will be fog sealing, which is a process that helps lock in the gravel aggregated and creates a surface that appears to be new asphalt.
This work is a moving operation with the possibility of different sections of roadway under construction at the same time, the engineer’s office reports.
One-lane of traffic will be maintained. Motorists traveling through work zones should use extreme caution, and should expect delays of “several minutes.”
Use of alternate routes is encouraged. Scheduled for work are:
• County Road 111 — from U.S. Route 68 to south County Road 112; and from County Road 101 to U.S. 68, today;
• County Road 96 — from State Route 117 to Penn Central Railroad crossing; and from Penn Central Railroad to County Road 97, on Friday;
• County Road 21 — from County Road 13 to County Road 60; from C.R. 60 to Township Road 80; and from T.R. 80 to State Route 274 on Monday; from County Road 56 to west County Road 59 and east Township Road 59 and from west C.R. 59 to east T.R. 59 to east County Road 13 on Tuesday; from west Township Road 78 to County Road 58 and from west County Road 77 to west T.R. 78, onWednesday, Sept. 19;
• County Road 153 — from State Route 287 to Township Road 157; and from T.R. 157 to County Road 277 on Thursday, Sept. 20;
• County Road 18 — from north Township Road 198 to south Township Road 187 and from south T.R. 187 to west County Road 43; and from west Township road 45 to north T.R. 198 on Wednesday, Sept. 19;
• County Road 277 — Southwest County Road 44 to C.R. 153 on Thursday, Sept. 20; and from Logan/Union county line to southwest County Road 44 on Friday, Sept. 21;
• County Road 124 — from County Road 142 to County Road 26 and from C.R. 26 to the Logan/Union county line on Friday, Sept. 21; and
• County Road 153 — from County Road 277 to east Little Darby bridge; and from east Little Darby bridge to Union County line on Friday, Sept. 21.