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Friday, April 9, 2010

Toles Hollow Bridge To Be Closed For 6 Weeks For Repair Work

Detour Coming for Toles Hollow Road Bridge Work
Detour will be in place April 19


Clearfield – Bridgework will require a road closure and detour starting April 19 in Potter County.

On that day, crews will begin work on the Toles Hollow Bridge, which spans the Allegheny River on Toles Hollow Road (T-325) near the intersection with Route 6 in Coudersport. Work will include repairs to the bridge deck and floor beams.


A detour will be in place during the closure. The detour will use Route 6, Route 3015, Dutch Hill Road (T-328), and Vader Hill Road (T-327).

The closure and detour could be in effect for up to six weeks.

This project is financed with federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). PennDOT expects the work to be finished by June.


The repair work will help extend the useful life of the bridge. All work is weather dependent. L.C. Whitford of Wellsville, New York is the contractor on this bridge job, which is part of a $4.8 million contract for preservation work on six bridges in four counties.

This project is part of PennDOT’s more than $66 million investment of federal economic recovery funds being spent on 17 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...

why couldnt they grade the old R.R. grade and use that as a detour wouldnt that suck if you had to go to roulette everyday or something.