The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has temporarily closed two rest stops so crews can perform paving work.
From June 13 through June 24, the I-79 southbound and northbound rest stops near the Crawford-Erie county line are closed.
During the closure, paving work will be done on the ramps and parking lots.
According to PennDOT, work at the rest stops is part of a two-year project on nearly 11 miles of I-79 in Crawford and Erie counties, including paving the northbound and southbound lanes from milepost 154 in Hayfield Township, Crawford County to milepost 165 in Washington Township, Erie County, and rehabilitating 10 bridges.
Additional information on the I-79 Improvement Project is available from PennDOT here.