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Construction for a bridge at the York County and Cumberland County line is scheduled to start in July, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

PennDOT said in a news release that work on the bridge carrying Spanglers Mill Road over the Yellow Breeches Creek in Fairview Township will begin Monday, July 11. 

Crews also will replace a bridge that carries the road over a mill race in Lower Allen Township, officials said. 

More: Work planned on Slate Hill Road bridge in Fairview Twp.

The bridges will be closed for full replacement, and drivers will be detoured along Lisburn Road, Route 2017, Route 114, and back onto Spanglers Mill Road, Route 4027, the release states.

The construction on both bridges is expected to finish in November; however, PennDOT said unfavorable weather or unforeseen activities may change its schedule.

The bridges are being replaced as part of the state's Rapid Bridge Replacement Project. For more information, check the project's website.

— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at cdornblaser@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.

 

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