Bridge over Mud Run reopens after replacement
A stretch of Route 194 in Washington Township has reopened after six months with a new bridge to carry commuters over Mud Run.
The construction project to remove and replace the bridge over Mud Run started April 19, and the road reopened Friday, Oct. 20, according to a news release from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
The old bridge was built in 1929 and was recently classified as one of more than 100 structurally deficient bridges in York County.
Background: Bridge over Mud Run to be closed, replaced
The stretch of road, commonly referred to as Baltimore Pike, averages about 3,800 vehicles daily, according to the news release.
PennDOT contracted with New Cumberland Susquehanna Valley Construction Corp. for the removal and replacement project for about $1.3 million.