Part of plan to reinstate or rehabilitate 6 bridges on Route 30
Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced currently that a trade change is scheduled for tomorrow during a overpass deputy plan on Route 30 in Saint Thomas Township, Franklin County.
The existent singular camber petrify T-beam bridge, that spans a Branch of Campbell Run during Campbell Run Road, is being transposed in half-widths. Traffic is limited to a singular line in any direction. Traffic will be shifted from a eastward to a westbound side of a bridge. There will be brief stoppages while separator is moved. Motorists should be warning and watch for stopped or slow-moving traffic.
This work is partial of a plan to reinstate or rehabilitate 6 bridges on Route 30 between Route 995 and Route 416 in Franklin County.
This mixed overpass plan also includes a deputy of a existent 60 in. siren culvert over a Tributary to Campbell Run in Saint Thomas Township, a deputy of a existent singular camber petrify T-beam overpass over a Tributary to Back Creek in Saint Thomas Township, a reconstruction of a existent petrify arch culvert over a Tributary to Back Creek in Saint Thomas Township, and a reconstruction of dual existent petrify arch culverts, any of that camber a Tributary to Back Creek in Hamilton Township.
This plan is approaching to be finished by Aug of 2023.
Susquehanna Valley Construction Corporation of New Cumberland, PA is a primary executive on this $7,066,798 project.
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