Bridge replacement to close road for three months
A York County road will be closed for more than three months for a bridge replacement, PennDOT announced.
The bridge on Stamper Road in Chanceford Township closed Monday and is scheduled to reopen on July 9, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
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The bridge is between Main Street Extended and Cramer Road, near Brogue, and a detour will be in place using Main Street Extended, Route 74 and Muddy Creek Forks Road.
The work involves replacing a box culvert and improving drainage, and it is part of a contract that involves four bridge replacements and other work in southeastern York County, according to PennDOT.
Lobar Site Development Corp., of Dillsburg, is the lead contractor in the $4.9 million project.