Paving work will start next month on five miles of Interstate 90 in McKean and Summit Townships, Erie County, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced Friday.

The project includes milling, paving and concrete patch repairs from mile marker 18 to mile marker 23, including the Exit 18 ramps and the Interstate 79 interchange. Drainage, guiderail, signing and pavement markings will also be upgraded.

Construction is expected to start June 5, and will be completed by October 2022.

The project will require nighttime work from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. Sundays through Fridays.

PennDOT is asking drivers to watch out for traffic pattern shifts and lane restrictions. There may be delays during active work hours.

Lindy Paving, of Union City, was awarded the $6,394,847 contract for the project, which will be paid with federal funds.