Bridge Replacement to Begin on Eberts Lane (T-854) Culvert in York County

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that a bridge replacement project is set to begin this week on Eberts Lane (T-854) spanning Mill Creek in York County.

Weather permitting, the bridge will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, April 12, so the existing county-owned bridge carrying Eberts Lane over Mill Creek can be demolished and replaced.

Traffic will be detoured. Traffic traveling northbound on Eberts Lane should turn left on Frederic Avenue, right on Sherman Street, right on 11th Avenue, to Eberts Lane.

Traffic traveling southbound on Eberts Lane should travel west on 11th Avenue, turn right on Sherman Street, right on eastbound Route 30, right on North Hills Road, and right on westbound Route 462 (Market/Harrison/Philadelphia), to Eberts Lane.

The bridge is expected to be closed until June 2024.

In addition to replacing the Eberts Lane bridge, the contract includes constructing an additional span to the existing 3-lane, 2-span bridge on Sherman Street (Route 1033) spanning Interstate 83 and Mill Creek. That work is expected to begin next year.

This will allow Mill Creek to be relocated so Interstate 83 can be widened,

This project also consists of 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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