PennDOT to display Trafford Bridge plans
Plans to replace the Trafford Bridge along Route 130 will be displayed at an open house next month at Trafford Middle School.
State and federal officials are completing a preliminary design for the replacement of the 1,022-foot-long bridge with a new span. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2011 on the $12 million project.
Plans will be available to the public from 5 to 7 p.m. Sept. 3 at the school's cafeteria.
PennDOT officials said traffic will be detoured during the bridge replacement. The bridge crosses over Turtle Creek, Stewart Station Drive, vacant land owned by CBS Corp. and an active rail line owned by Norfolk Southern.
For more information, call PennDOT Project Manager Troy Pritts at 724-415-2401.
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