Update: All lanes of I-83 near York City have been reopened after overnight roadwork, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said in a press release.

The release says there are still some patches that need to have some work done in both directions' right lanes, but that work will be done at a later date.

Originally reported: A section of Interstate 83 just outside York City will be down to a single lane in both directions for part of the weekend as a construction crew repairs bridges.

The left lanes in both directions will be closed between Exit 19 in Springettsbury Township and Exit 21 in Manchester Township starting at 9 p.m. Friday, according to a news release from the state Department of Transportation.

The lanes will reopen by the end of Saturday, the release says.

During that time crews will patch the decks of bridges over the Codorus Creek, Loucks Mill Road and the Norfolk Southern railroad tracks. They will also replace the expansion joints on the Loucks Mill Road bridge, the release says.

If the work isn't complete this weekend, crews will return the following weekend to finish the work, the release says. - Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.