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More Info on the Bridges

As suspected, the dates given by the acting Borough Manager for the closing of Gay Street Bridge were a bit ambitious. Nevertheless, the project is rapidly approaching. Main Street will be closed starting Monday, March 24th, with work expected to take up to two weeks to complete. In addition to raising the trestles to allow emergency vehicles access to the North Side, a temporary traffic light will be place at the intersection of Main and High Streets. The Gay Street Bridge will not be closed until this work is complete. According to PennDOT spokesman Gene Blaum, this should happen early to mid-April.

Source: The Phoenix


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