Route 23: Bridge Preservation Project Commencing in Lancaster County, Prepare for Temporary Traffic Signals

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LANCASTER COUNTY, PA — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced that a bridge preservation project is set to begin on Route 23 (Marietta Avenue) in Lancaster County.

Weather permitting, work will begin Tuesday, September 5. This project will be completed in phases with temporary traffic signals maintaining alternating directions of two-way traffic. All work is expected to be completed by December 1, 2023.

The bridge spans Norfolk Southern railroad tracks between Spring Water Circle/St. Leo Way and Trolley Avenue in East Hempfield Township.

Deblin, Inc., of Mechanicsburg is the contractor on this $1,649,207 project.

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