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Friday, October 21, 2016

Olmstead Bridge Gets 18 Ton Weight Limit

• Effective October 20, PennDOT has placed an 18-ton weight restriction posting on a bridge in Eulalia Township in Potter County. 

The bridge spans the Allegheny River on Olmstead Road (Route 3011) near the village of Olmstead. 

The bridge was originally built in 1892, is 67 feet long, and carries an average of 270 vehicles each day. Vehicles exceeding the 18-ton weight limit will need to use an alternate route. 

The posting will remain in place until repairs can be made.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

Another example of more roads and bridges in this area being upgraded, reinforced, improved, and replaced. Why? To support military vehicles for the coming conflicts which will take place upon American soil. That whole area was developed in case of a military conflict (nuclear) or invasion of the USA for civilians to seek refuge.
Everyone needs to have a plan and prepare for the near future. And since Obama has depleted our military it will be more likely to happen soon, before we can re-arm.
The Russians, North Koreans, Chinese, and Iranians are planning together to attack us all at once, we will be overwhelmed.
Stock-up on food and supplies and be prepared (Boyscout Motto)

Anonymous said...

Friday, October 21, 2016 at 5:46:00 PM EDT << Dude get your prescription filled soon.

Anonymous said...

I'm trusting the Lord, I'm not going to fear, I just pray everyone is in prayer for this election

Anonymous said...

Put on your tinfoil hat, dig a 6' deep hole and fill it in from the inside. They'll never find you.
BTW, it's a good thing Hillary will bring us more prosperity. Unemployment cannot get much lower. If only we could get oil up to $60.

Anonymous said...

darned funny , i could have sworn it was an erector type bridge when i lived in mina in the early 50 s every bridge from toles hollow to port , very likely all built in the same place .allegany was of the same type