Bridge closures planned over Montour Run
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Monday, July 15, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Allegheny County on Monday will close two bridges over Montour Run in North Fayette and Findlay until mid-November.
Bridge No. 4 on Enlow Road at the intersection of Cliff Mine Road, Bridge No. 5 on Cliff Mine Road at Oak Moss Drive, and portions of the roads will close at 7 a.m. to finish work on abutments and to build bridge decks, among other work. The prime contractor is Pugliano Construction Co. Inc. of Plum.
Officials will post detours. The work will impact use of the Montour Trail but it and a parking area at Enlow and Cliff Mine roads will remain open, the county said.
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