PennDOT to Host Virtual Public Meeting on Creamery Road Bridge Replacement in Bucks County

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BUCKS COUNTY, PA — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is set to hold a virtual public meeting on Tuesday, May 28, at 7:00 PM to discuss the upcoming replacement of the bridge that spans Creamery Road over Tohickon Creek in Bedminster and Tinicum townships. This initiative is part of a broader effort to improve local infrastructure and enhance safety for both drivers and the environment.

The project encompasses the demolition and reconstruction of the current bridge, enhancements to drainage systems, corrections to roadway geometry on the approaches to the bridge, the installation of new guide railings, and the relocation of utility lines. These improvements aim to address existing structural and safety concerns while minimizing future disruptions and maintaining the flow of traffic in this crucial area.

Attendees of the live virtual public meeting will have the opportunity to engage directly with the department’s design team, which will present detailed project plans followed by a question and answer session utilizing the platform’s Q&A feature.

To join the meeting, participants will need internet access and a computer or mobile device, ensuring that community members have the opportunity to contribute their input from the comfort of their own homes. Furthermore, PennDOT has made provisions for individuals with special needs or those requiring assistance to partake in the meeting. Anyone requiring special aid may contact PennDOT Project Manager Ryan Whittington.

For those unable to attend the live session, PennDOT offers alternative means to stay informed and involved. A recording of the meeting, along with copies of the project materials, will be available on the project’s webpage. Additionally, an online comment form provides a channel for the public to submit feedback or questions post-meeting, ensuring all voices can be heard.

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