Bridge Rehab Project to Begin on Lime Valley Road (Route 2030) in Strasburg and W. Lampeter Townships, Lancaster County

Road Closure and Detour

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has announced the commencement of a bridge rehabilitation project on Lime Valley Road (Route 2030), connecting Strasburg and West Lampeter townships in Lancaster County. The bridge is situated above the Pequea Creek, between Pequea Lane and Walnut Run Road. Construction is scheduled to begin Monday, May 22, subject to weather permitting.

During the work, the bridge will remain closed, as well as Pequea Lane at the intersection with Lime Valley Road. Lime Valley Road’s alternative route has been outlined, which will make use of Walnut Run Road and Route 222. An alternative route for Pequea Lane will be Penn Grant Road, Route 222 and Walnut Run Road.

This project involves structural restoration, resurfacing, and updated guiderails and signs, with Kinsley Construction, Inc. of York, PA serving as the contractor. This $938,500 project is slated for completion by November 15, 2023.

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