SENATOR ROGER A MADIGAN HIGHWAY, CURT ZOOK MEMORIAL BRIDGE, OFFICER GREGG
      MEMORIAL BYPASS AND MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL BRIDGE -
                               DESIGNATIONS
                 Act of Oct. 9, 2008, P.L. 1406, No. 112              Cl. 36
                                  AN ACT

     Designating a section of US Route 15 in Tioga Township, Tioga
        County, as the Senator Roger A. Madigan Highway; designating
        the bridge on State Route 655 on Main Street, Belleville,
        Union Township, Mifflin County, as the Curt Zook Memorial
        Bridge; designating the Newtown 413 Bypass as the Officer
        Gregg Memorial Bypass; and designating the Walnut Street
        Bridge in the City of Johnstown, Cambria County, as the
        Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Bridge.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

     Section 1.  Senator Roger A. Madigan Highway.
        (a)  Designation.--The new section of US Route 15, opened on
     October 1, 2008, and beginning at the intersection with State
     Route 287 in Tioga Township, Tioga County, and extending to the
     State line with New York, is designated and shall be known as
     the Senator Roger A. Madigan Highway.
        (b)  Signs.--The Department of Transportation shall erect and
     maintain appropriate signs which shall display the name of the
     highway designated in subsection (a) at each end.
     Section 2.  Curt Zook Memorial Bridge.
        (a)  Declaration of policy.--The General Assembly finds and
     declares as follows:
            (1)  Charles Curtis Zook's dedication and service to his
        community led to the formation of Village Pride in February
        1998. As Chairman of Project Impact, a subcommittee of
        Village Pride, Mr. Zook orchestrated the improvement of
        downtown Belleville to lessen the flood damage and erosion on
        the Kishacoquillas Creek. Though a tremendous volunteer
        effort, Mr. Zook and the association received over $780,000
        in grant funding to enlarge the creek's floodplain, provide
        open space and expand the bridge that will now honor him and
        further protect the community from future flooding; and
            (2)  Born in Belleville, Mifflin County, Mr. Zook
        graduated from Mercersburg Academy, attended Lafayette
        College and served in the United States Marines during the
        Korean War;
            (3)  Mr. Zook was married to Patricia Womeldorf Zook and
        had three daughters, Lisa, Laurie and Letitia; and
            (4)  After his military service, Mr. Zook was President
        of Ka-Vee Dairy, founded by his father, and also worked for
        Keystone Food Service, Womeldorf Trucking Company and Rich
        Coast Coffee Company; and
            (5)  Mr. Zook was a member of the Belleville Lions Club,
        Lewistown Rotary Club, Marine Corp League, Ka-Vee Kamp and
        West Kishacoquillas Presbyterian Church and served on the
        Village Pride Association and Mifflin County Industrial
        Development Corporation; and
            (6)  Charles Curtis Zook died on July 16, 2008, at 79
        years of age.
        (b)  Designation.--The State Route 655 Bridge on Main Street
     in Union Township, Mifflin County, is designated and shall be
     known as the Curt Zook Memorial Bridge.
        (c)  Signs.--The Department of Transportation shall erect and
     maintain appropriate signs which shall display the name of the
     bridge designated under subsection (b) at each end of the
     bridge.
     Section 3.  Officer Gregg Memorial Bypass.
        (a)  Designation.--The section of State Route 413 in Newtown
     Township, Bucks County, from the intersection with State Route
     532 to the intersection with Interstate 95, known locally as the
     Newtown 413 Bypass, is designated and shall be known as the
     Officer Gregg Memorial Bypass.
        (b)  Signs.--The Department of Transportation shall erect and
     maintain appropriate signs which shall display the name of the
     bypass designated in subsection (a) at each end.
     Section 4.  Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Bridge.
        (a)  Designation.--The bridge located on Walnut Street, City
     of Johnstown, Cambria County, known as the Walnut Street Bridge,
     is hereby designated the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial
     Bridge.
        (b)  Signs.--The Department of Transportation shall erect and
     maintain appropriate signs displaying the name of the bridge to
     traffic in both directions on the bridge.
     Section 5.  Effective date.
        This act shall take effect in 60 days.