Lane Restrictions Sept. 29-Oct. 2 on I-83 in York County



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Lane Restrictions Sept. 29-Oct. 2 on I-83 in York County

Bridge deck repairs planned between Exits 19 and 22

Harrisburg, PA
 – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that around-the-clock lane restrictions are planned for the weekend of September 29 to October 2 on Interstate 83 between Exit 19 (Route 462/Market Street) and Exit 22 (N. George Street) in York County so a contractor can perform concrete bridge deck repairs and bituminous paving on structures south of Route 30. This work was tentatively scheduled for this coming weekend, September 22-25, but has been rescheduled due to the forecast for rain.


Weather permitting, work will be performed from 9:00 PM Friday, September 29, through 6:00 AM Monday, October 2.


A lane restriction will be in place in both directions of I-83 through the weekend. Motorists should be alert and drive with caution through the work zone.


This work is associated with a project that includes replacing the Eberts Lane bridge spanning I-83, constructing an additional span to the existing 3-lane, 2-span bridge on Sherman Street (Route 1033) spanning I-83 and Mill Creek, approach work, guide rail updates, pavement marking updates, and other miscellaneous construction


Deblin, Inc, of Mechanicsburg, PA, is the contractor on this $10,117,734 project.


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