Dooley Road bridge closure postponed until July 31

Jason Addy
York Dispatch

UPDATE: Construction work on the Dooley Road bridge in southeastern York County has been postponed another week, with the bridge now set to shut down July 31.

The bridge, which connects Delta borough and Peach Bottom Township over Scott Creek, was set to close July 17 but the start of the construction project has twice been delayed.

The bridge will remain closed through late September, when construction is expected to finish, according to a news release.

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During the construction, drivers will be directed to follow a detour along Main Street, Broad Street, Route 74 and Line Road, the release states.

The bridge on Dooley Road, which is also Route 2028, appears on the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s list of structurally deficient bridges.

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The Dooley Road bridge is one of 558 bridges, including 15 in York County, being replaced under PennDOT’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, a public-private initiative between the state agency and a consortium of businesses called the Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners.