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Saturday, July 30, 2011

July 29 UPDATE re: Coryland Road bridge replacement project starts June 13

Travel Advisory
July 29 UPDATE re: Coryland Road bridge replacement project starts June 13

July 29 UPDATE: The new bridge on Coryland Road in Bradford County is open to traffic as of this afternoon.

The detour has been lifted.

Motorists are advised that PennDOT will be back on-scene Monday to place the final layer of blacktop, but that work will take place under traffic.

Original Advisory:
PennDOT’s Bradford County bridge crew will begin a bridge replacement project on State Route 4031 (Coryland Road) in Wells Township next week.

The bridge is located immediately south of Roaring Run Road.

Starting at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 13, Coryland Road will be closed at the bridge over a tributary to Beckwith Creek.

The signed detour will use Baker Road, Judson Hill Road and Route 549 for the duration of the project.

The PennDOT crew will remove the existing bridge and prepare the site for a new concrete box culvert, which will be delivered and set in place by a private contractor. Then, the PennDOT crew will restore the roadway approaches and perform all other work needed to complete the project and open the new bridge to traffic.

The closure will be in place for approximately six weeks, with the new bridge open to traffic by late July.

Questions or concerns should be directed to the Bradford County Maintenance Office in Towanda at 265-2181.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Hhhmmm! I wonder where PA came up with with the money to fix all these bridges?