Kittanning bridge dropping to 1 lane for 7 months
Traffic on the Kittanning Citizens Bridge will be limited to one lane for seven months starting Friday morning when PennDOT crews begin repairs.
The eastbound lane of Butler Road that leads from West Kittanning into Kittanning is expected to be closed through June. Once that work is finished, the westbound lane will be closed through October.
Work will include repairs to the road, as well as painting and structural work on the bridge, Project Manager Nate Adams said.
Projected snow and cold delayed the scheduled Thursday start of the project, he said.
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