PennDOT Schedules Virtual Meeting on Cold Spring Creamery Road Bridge Replacement


BUCKINGHAM TWP, PA — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has announced a virtual public meeting to discuss the replacement of the bridge that spans a branch of Pine Run on Cold Spring Creamery Road in Buckingham Township, Bucks County. This infrastructure project aims to update and enhance the safety and durability of the bridge, a critical component of local transportation.

Set for Wednesday, May 1, at 7:00 PM, the live online gathering will offer residents and interested parties an opportunity to learn more about the project’s specifics, including the removal and replacement of the current bridge structure. The updates will encompass reinforced concrete slabs, stone and concrete abutments, wing walls, the reconstruction of structure approaches, and the installation of guide rails, traffic signs, and pavement markings.

This initiative is part of PennDOT’s commitment to keeping the community informed and involved in infrastructure projects that affect them. The virtual meeting format, accessible via a Microsoft Live Teams link, facilitates broader participation by allowing attendees to join from any location with internet access.

During the session, PennDOT’s design team will present detailed plans for the bridge replacement before opening the floor to questions through the platform’s Q&A feature. This interactive approach ensures that community members can have their concerns addressed directly by the experts behind the project.

For those who require special assistance or accommodations to participate in the meeting, PennDOT invites them to reach out to Project Manager Mahmoud Abdelraheem ahead of time to arrange the necessary support.

Residents unable to join the live event need not worry; a recording of the meeting, along with all presentation materials, will be available on the project’s webpage for later viewing. Additionally, the public is encouraged to share their feedback on the project through an online comment form, ensuring their voice is heard in the planning process.

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This bridge replacement is just one of many projects under PennDOT’s jurisdiction aimed at improving infrastructure within District 6. For more information on completed and ongoing initiatives in the area, the public is invited to visit PennDOT’s website dedicated to showcasing the results of their work and detailing active construction projects.

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