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McIntyre Road in Richland to close Oct. 9

| Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, 4:33 p.m.
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The Department of Public Works announced that McIntyre Road in Richland Township will close on Monday, Oct. 9, beginning at 9 a.m. The closure is required to repair Dawson Run (West Branch) Bridge No. 2, which is located 100 feet north of the intersection with Gibsonia Road (PA-910).

Traffic heading north on McIntyre Road will be detoured using Gibsonia Road (PA-910) to Allison Road. Traffic traveling southbound will be detoured in reverse. The closure is scheduled to last until the middle of December.

The project is being done as part of the 2017 Capital Bridge Repair Project, which is a $2.03 million construction contract to address four structurally deficient bridges throughout the county. This work is being done by Pugliano Construction of Plum.

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