Bridge Replacement Project to Begin in Lancaster County

March 11, 2024
Work is expected to be completed by Sept. 4, 2024

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is beginning bridge replacement project  today, Mar. 11, on Route 741 in Paradise Township, Lancaster County. The bridge spans Eshleman Run to the east of Keneagy Hill Road.

The bridge is to be closed, and an approximately 69-day detour will be in place. A temporary traffic signal will be in place at the intersection of Belmont Road and Route 896 to help with traffic movement at the intersection while the detour is in place, according to a press release.

This is part of a bigger project to replace three bridges. Bridges on Route 2014 over Coopers Run in Colerain Township and Route 2031 over Walnut Run in Strasburg Township are to also be replaced.

Doli Construction Corporation is the prime contractor on the project.

The project has a price tag of $2,020,305. Work is expected to be completed by Sept. 4, 2024.



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