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AUTHORIZATION TO DEPOSIT MATERIALS 
**Complete and file this form with us if you would like fill material from ditch cleaning operations in your neighborhood.

Fee Schedule
** Inspection Fees and Bond Requirements can be found within the Fee Schedule**

Excess Maintenance - Road Bonding Agreement Application  
 
Driveway Permit & Application

Section 6 of Highway Occupancy Ordinance
** Pertains to Driveways** 
Section 7 of Highway Occupancy Ordinance
** Pertains to Excavators**
Driveway Design Sheet   

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WINTER WEATHER CAUSING EARLY POTHOLE OUTBREAK
PennDOT reminds motorists they can report potholes and other roadway concerns on state roads by calling 1-800-FIX-Road, or visiting penndot.gov and clicking on "Submit Roadway Feedback."

The agency reported that extreme fluctuations in temperatures, coupled with an active snow season, is causing an early outbreak of potholes.

A pothole develops when water seeps below the road through small cracks in the pavement surface.  As the water repeatedly freezes & thaws due to temperature fluctuations, a cavity forms below the surface and larger cracks develop, which destroys the strength of the pavement.

When reporting a pothole, be as specific as possible as to pothole locations or other maintenance concerns such as deer removal or signing issues.  For state routes, report the county, municipality, street name & route number, or the state route (SR) number that can be found on small black & white signs posted along state roadways.  Also, provide a description of any familiar landmarks that will help PennDOT locate the problem area.

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ROAD MASTER 
Mark Pierce is the Road Master here in Wayne Township.  Please feel free to leave telephone messages for Mark at 663-1663, with concerns or questions about township roadways. 

Mark and the Road Crew are doing their best to keep up with Snow Plowing and Spreading Anti-Skid materials.  As we've mentioned in previous Winter posts, please keep a good distance between your vehicle and the back of the snow plows & allow the trucks plenty of room to make wide turns at intersections.  Also, please be alert for snow plow trucks backing up in intersections.

Do not plow snow from your driveways across the roadways.  The Road Master warns that the driveway snow hardens over time causing ridges on the roads, and can cause accidents and damage to the snow plows.


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PennDOT & STATE POLICE URGE MOTORISTS TO STEER CLEAR...
Section 3327 of the Vehicle Code requires motorists when approaching or passing an emergency response area, unless otherwise directed, to:
 

  • Pass in a lane not adjacent to that of the emergency response area, if possible.
  • If passing in a nonadjacent lane is not possible, illegal or unsafe, pass the emergency response area at a careful and prudent reduced speed reasonable for safely passing the emergency response area. 

In summary, if you are approaching a police vehicle, ambulance, tow truck or other emergency response vehicle that is pulled over onto the shoulder of the road, move over to the adjacent lane if you can do so safely.  If you cannot switch lanes safely, then slow down as much as possible.

The penalty for violation is a fine up to $250,000, court costs and a 90-day driver's license suspension.  Due to safety concerns, the Pennsylvania State Police are making a concerted effort to enforce this section of the vehicle code. 

For more information on traffic safety in Pennsylvania, please visit www.JustDrivePA.com.  

PA 511 
511PA 
A great resource, 511PA is free and available 24 hours/day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecsts, traffic speed information and access to more than 700 traffic cameras.  511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone & Android devices (more info below), by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website.  Motorists can check conditions on major roadways by visiting http://www.511PA.com.

** You may now download a free (smartphone) app that will allow drivers to check up-to-the-minute road conditions before they leave their driveway.  The 511PA mobile app covers all of the PennDOT and Pennsylvania Turnpike operated roadways for a total of 40,000 miles.  To download the app, visit the Google Play or iTunes stores & search for "511PA".

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WAYNE TOWNSHIP ROADMASTER
MARK PIERCE
T  814-663-1663
F  814-664-8619
    17395 SCIOTA ROAD  CORRY, PA  16407

WAYNE TOWNSHIP ROAD CREW
ANDY PIERCE
NATE MARTIN
T  814-663-1663
F  814-664-8619
     17395 SCIOTA ROAD  CORRY, PA  16407

Please call the Municipal Building, at the phone number above, to reach the Road Department. 
Leave a message and someone will return your call to answer your questions or address your concerns. 

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To reach the local PennDOT office, please call 814-871-4411.



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