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Friday, August 28, 2009

WORK SET TO START ON TWO-COUNTY TRANSPORTATION RECOVERY BRIDGE PRESERVATION PROJECT

Two Potter County Bridges To See Repairs
CLEARFIELD – PennDOT Engineering District 2 announced today that work on a seven bridge, two-county preservation project will begin Monday, August 31. The project is financed with federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

Swank Associated Companies, Inc. of New Kensington is the prime contractor on the $2.2 million project that will help preserve five bridges in Clearfield County and two bridges in Potter County.

Work will include concrete repair, structural steel repair, painting of existing steel and miscellaneous repairs. Crews will begin work on a bridge along Route 453 in Clearfield County, near the village of Boardman. A temporary lane closure will be in place using self-regulated stop signs. Work on this bridge is scheduled to be complete by the end of October.

Other bridges included in the project are located along Routes 53, 729, 2017 and 3008 in Clearfield County and Routes 6 and 144 in Potter County. The contract for the entire preservation project extends to early November 2010. All work is weather dependent.
The project is part of PennDOT’s more than $66 million investment of federal economic recovery funds being spent on 14 transportation projects across the nine counties of District 2.

To learn more about how the federal economic stimulus will benefit Pennsylvania, visit www.recovery.pa.gov.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

too bad there was not enough $$ to do RT 144 completely. It is a terrible road, there are parts where the trucks have the berm tore up half way into the lanes. Then need to redo that road from the Hinerville Road clear up to Rt 6, at least to Carter Camp.