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Indiana Township bridge reopens to traffic

Madasyn Czebiniak
| Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, 1:18 p.m.
The Saxonburg Boulevard (Route 1006) bridge in Indiana Township re-opened to traffic Friday Oct. 6, 2017.
The Saxonburg Boulevard (Route 1006) bridge in Indiana Township re-opened to traffic Friday Oct. 6, 2017.

The Saxonburg Boulevard (Route 1006) bridge in Indiana Township reopened to traffic Friday.

The bridge spans an unnamed tributary to Little Pine Creek.

The new crossing is longer and wider than the one it replaced and has a 100-year lifespan.

The work was done by C.H. & D. Enterprises, Inc. of New Stanton.

The bridge is one of 558 bridges being replaced through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, a public-private partnership between PennDOT and Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners.

Madasyn Czebiniak is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-226-4702, mczebiniak@tribweb.com or via Twitter @maddyczebstrib.

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