Jackson Township
Cambria County, Pennsylvania 

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Jackson Township Road Crew

Jackson Township Road Department

Bruce Baker Roadmaster
John Wallet Roadmaster
Tim Ford Assistant Road Foreman
Mike Cooper Road Crew
Dan Ditchcreek Road Crew
Mark Hagerich Road Crew
Dave Hirko Driveway & Road Encroachment Officer

(Left to right):
Gary Mayer, Tim Ford, Frank "Buck" Alexander and Dan Ditchcreek

email the Jackson Township Road Department

Total Road Miles Within Jackson Township
Township Roads - 42.79 miles
State Roads - 30.32 miles
Total Public Highway Miles - 71.61 miles

View Jackson Township Road & Street Index

Jackson Township Road & Street Right-of-Way Index

View Jackson Township Litter Clean-Up Programs

View Map of Roads Qualifying for State Liquid Fuels Funds

View Ordinance Imposing Weight Limits on Township Roads

Road Department Photo Gallery  

Sign welcomes people to Jackson Township along US Route 22

Rt. 22 Project Map # 1 (Indiana County to Chickaree Hill Road)

Rt. 22 Project Map # 2 (Chickaree Hill Road to Fords Corner Road)

Article on Route 22 Project - Construction Equipment Guide

Highway Classification

Map Traffic Volumes Map

Transportation Improvements Map

Busy intersection at Route 271 and 22 intersection near Mundys Corner

Winter Weather Helpful Information
 1. When shoveling out the end of your driveway, deposit the snow to the right or "downstream.".  This will help to avoid redepositing the snow in your driveway when the plow comes to your street.  Remember it is impossible to not have snow pushed into your driveway.  Please do not throw the snow from your property onto the Township Roads and Streets.

 2. Make arrangements to have adequate food supplies on hand.

 3. Keep a flashlight, a battery-powered radio and emergency equipment available in case of a disruption in power.

 4. Plan alternate ways to travel the main roads and to your place of employment.

 5. Use common sense and be patient.

 6. Please allow yourself additional time to travel.

View Winter Driving Guide

PennDOT Hotline
PennDOT established a toll-free maintenance hotline (1-800-FIX-ROAD).  The hotline is staffed Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.  After hours, weekends and holiday calls are recorded by voice mail and the calls are automatically routed to the closest PennDOT District Office or County Maintenance Office.

View Jackson Township Private Road Acceptance Policy

Private Road Acceptance Application

Road Bond Application

Road & Transportation Links

Bureau of Transportation Statistics
Cambria County Transit Authority
Drive Clean PA (Vehicle Emmissions Control)

Federal Aviation Administration

Federal Highway Administration
Federal Railroad Administration
Federal Transit Administration

Interstate 67 (Route 219)

Johnstown - Cambria County Airport  
Maritime Adminstration
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National LTAP Association
National Transportation Safety Board
PennDOT Local Technical Assistance Program

Pennsylvania Driver & Vehicle Services
Pennsylvania Port of Pittsburgh Commission

Pennsylvania Turnpike
Pittsburgh International Airport
Route 22 Construction - Westmoreland County

Route 219
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
United States Department of Transportation

Historical Photo of Jackson Township Road Department

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