$1.3M bridge replacement project to require 107-day detour: PennDOT

Matt Enright
York Dispatch

The $1.3 million replacement of a key Adams County bridge will result in months of  detours for motorists.

A bridge replacement project on Route 394 (Shrivers Corner Road) in Adams County will begin March 22, according to a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation news release. The bridge spans an unnamed tributary to Rock Creek on the east side of the intersection with Goldenville Road in Straban Township.

The project, being completed by the Dillsburg-based Lobar Site Development, includes replacing the bridge, minor work on the approach to the bridge, guide rail updates and other miscellaneous construction, PennDOT said in the Wednesday release.

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Work is expected to be completed by October.

During the construction, a detour using Old Harrisburg Road (Route 3001), Route 234 and Route 34 will be in effect for 107 days. Goldenville Road will also be closed, with a detour using local roads in effect, according to the release.

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The detour is shown in the map below:

The location of the Shrivers Corner Road bridge replacement project.

For more information on road conditions, visit 511PA. The free service, available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to traffic cameras. It is also available through a smartphone app or by calling 511.

— Reach Matt Enright via email at menright@yorkdispatch.com or via Twitter at @Matthew_Enright.