FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. – Fort Indiantown Gap will close 10 roads providing access to the installation beginning June 20 with work completed on Aug. 15.
The roads will have gates installed preventing vehicle traffic. The closures are part of the installation’s 2012 access control plan and the 2015 Joint Land Use Study. Signs have been installed warning motorists of upcoming gate closures.
Members of the public will still have access to the public areas of the installation.
“The only thing that has changed is how you get to locations. We continue to welcome members of the public to our static displays, pool, community club, museum and outdoor recreation activities,” said Col. Robert Hepner, garrison commander.
The closures will take place in three phases.
Phase 1a on June 20:
Service Rd. at intersection with Quartermaster Rd.
Rickards Rd. at intersection with Biddle Rd.
Engineer Rd. at intersection with Biddle Rd.
Macluskie Rd. at intersection with Asher Miner Rd.
Phase 1b on July 18:
Utility Rd. at intersection with Asher Miner Rd.
Range Rd. at intersection with Asher Miner Rd.
Main Tank trail at Range Rd.
Quartermaster Rd. south of Shuey Lake
Coulter Rd. north of Walmer’s Church
Phase 1c on Aug. 15:
Gorgas Rd. at the intersection with Boundary Rd.
For questions about the closures please call (717)861-8468 or email email@example.com.
|Date Posted:||06.06.2016 11:13|
|Location:||FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, PA, US|
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