Gettysburg - U.S. Highway 212



Project Summary:

Work on the project will include grading, storm sewer, curb and gutter, sidewalk, lighting, box culvert replacement, and PCC pavement. The work will be completed in seven phases and will take the contractor two construction seasons to complete.

Project Timeline:

Contract Completion Date: 10/28/2022


Project Updates: 

April 6, 2022 

Construction resumed today on Phase 7 (Mannston St. to west of Elm St.).  The remaining length will be split into Phase 7 and Phase 8 (west of Elm St. to west project limits near the DOT maintenance yard).

For the remainder of the project, two-way traffic will be maintained within the US212 highway right-of-way with a 10’ width restriction in place.

Temporary traffic control was installed for a work zone in the south half of the highway and two-way traffic is in the north half of the existing highway.  Mannston St. is open to traffic with the following restrictions.

  • No trucks allowed to turn from westbound on US 212 to northbound on Mannston
  • No trucks allowed to turn from southbound on Mannston to westbound on US 212.

This week the Contractor will complete removals in the south half of the existing highway and install a temporary lane behind the curb on the north side for future use.  Next week storm drain work will begin if weather allows.

April 13, 2022 

Two-way traffic is maintained within the US212 highway right-of-way with a 10’ width restriction in place.

Currently in Phase 7 two-way traffic is in the north half of the existing highway.  Mannston St. is open to traffic with the following restrictions.

  • No trucks allowed to turn from westbound on US 212 to northbound on Mannston
  • No trucks allowed to turn from southbound on Mannston to westbound on US 212.

This week storm drain pipe and structures will be delivered to the project.  Work will be limited due to unfavorable weather.  Next week storm drain work will begin.

Please be aware of construction workers and equipment in the work zone.

April 20, 2022

Two-way traffic is maintained within the US212 highway right-of-way with a 10’ width restriction in place.

Currently in Phase 7 two-way traffic is in the north half of the existing highway.  Mannston St. is open to traffic with the following restrictions.

  • No trucks are allowed to turn from westbound on US 212 to northbound on Mannston
  • No trucks are allowed to turn from southbound on Mannston to westbound on US 212.

This week storm drain pipe and structures were installed from Mannston St. to Bryson St. on the south side of the highway.  Storm Drain work will continue next week.

 April 27, 2022

Two-way traffic is maintained within the US212 highway right-of-way with a 10’ width restriction in place.

Currently in Phase 7 two-way traffic is in the north half of the existing highway.  Mannston St. is open to traffic with the following restrictions.

  • No trucks allowed to turn from westbound on US 212 to northbound on Mannston
  • No trucks allowed to turn from southbound on Mannston to westbound on US 212.

This week storm drain pipe and structures should be installed from Mannston St. to the west limits of the pavement removal on the south side of the highway.

Next week two-way traffic will be shifted to the north within the US212 highway right-of-way.  The eastbound lane will remain on the existing asphalt pavement and the westbound lane will be behind the existing curb and gutter on a temporary lane constructed out of asphalt millings.  The 10’ width restriction will remain in place.

Mannston St. will be open to traffic with the following restrictions.

  • No trucks allowed to turn from westbound on US 212 to northbound on Mannston
  • No trucks allowed to turn from southbound on Mannston to westbound on US 212.

The traffic control change is anticipated to occur on Monday, May 9th, but may be rescheduled due to scheduling and/or weather.

May 4, 2022

Two-way traffic is maintained within the US212 highway right-of-way with a 10’ width restriction in place.

Currently in Phase 7 two-way traffic is in the north half of the existing highway.  Mannston St. is open to traffic with the following restrictions.

  • No trucks allowed to turn from westbound on US 212 to northbound on Mannston
  • No trucks allowed to turn from southbound on Mannston to westbound on US 212.

This week storm drain pipe and structures were installed from Mannston St. to the west limits of the pavement removal on the south side of the highway.

Next week on Monday, May 9th, two-way traffic will be shifted to the north within the US212 highway right-of-way.  The eastbound lane will remain on the existing asphalt pavement and the westbound lane will be behind the existing curb and gutter on a temporary lane constructed out of asphalt millings.  It’s anticipated that traffic will be in this configuration for 6 weeks but could be longer depending on weather.  The 10’ width restriction will remain in place.  Mannston St. at highway US212 will be closed to traffic.  Expect short delays as a flagging and pilot car operation will be used for the traffic control change.

Next week asphalt patching and pavement removal is scheduled for Tuesday.  Expect short delays as a flagging and pilot car operation will be used for the day.  Following that will be the continuation of the storm drain work and the start of grading.

May 11, 2022

Two-way traffic is maintained within the US212 highway right-of-way with a 10’ width restriction in place.

The eastbound lane will remain on the existing asphalt pavement and the westbound lane will be behind the existing curb and gutter on a temporary lane constructed out of asphalt millings.  It’s anticipated that traffic will be in this configuration 5 more weeks but could be longer depending on weather.  Mannston St. at highway US212 is closed to traffic.

This week dirt grading and placing gravel began to prepare for concrete paving.  The dirt grading and gravel work will continue next week.

May 18, 2022:

Two-way traffic is maintained within the US212 highway right-of-way with a 10’ width restriction in place.

On the east end of the project, the eastbound lane will remain on the existing asphalt pavement and the westbound lane will be behind the existing curb and gutter on a temporary lane constructed out of asphalt millings.  It’s anticipated that traffic will be in this configuration 4 more weeks but could be longer depending on weather.  Mannston St. at highway US212 is closed to traffic.  This week dirt grading was completed for the first section of highway to be paved.   Next week gravel work will continue to prepare for concrete paving. 

On the west end of the project, next week traffic will be shifted to the north one-half of the highway.  Two-way traffic will be maintained on the existing asphalt pavement.  Then asphalt will be removed on the south one-half of the highway to create a work zone so storm drain work can begin in that area.



Project Press Releases:

April 5, 2022


Project Photos:

April 20, 2022 Update: 

  

 April 27, 2022 Update: 
  

May 11, 2022 Update:
  

May 18 Update: 
   

Project Contract Amount:

$13.7 Million

 

Project Contacts: 

Contractor: Reede Construction Inc.
SDDOT: Chad Howard 605-773-5587

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