PRESERVATION WORK SET TO START ON FIVE BRIDGES IN LYCOMING COUNTY

Montoursville – Preservation work will be done on five state bridges in Lycoming County by prime contractor, HRI, Inc. under a project starting next Tuesday, April 7.

The work will include repair of bridge deck joints, an epoxy overlay of the decks, drainage improvements and roadway approach work.

The bridges are on Route 864 in Upper Fairfield Township, Route 44 in Cummings Township, Routes 414 and Slate Run Road in Brown Township, and Trout Run Mountain Road in Lewis Township.

The contractor will start with the bridge on Route 864 over Mill Creek, roughly three miles east of Farragut in Upper Fairfield Township.

Construction will be performed on one half of each bridge at a time. There will be a 12-foot lane width restriction for traffic on the Route 864 Bridge during construction.

Updates will be provided as the work sites change.

All work under this $1.3 million contract is scheduled for completion by mid-November.

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