Harrisburg, PA – PennDOT announced today that a bridge replacement project is set to begin on the Route 772 (Anderson Ferry Road) bridge spanning Donegal Creek between Musser Road (Route 4017) and Rock Point Road (T-673) in East Donegal Township, Lancaster County.
The bridge will be closed Monday, February 15, 2021, and is expected to be open to traffic by September 7, 2021. A detour will be in place using Colebrook Road (Route 4046), Donegal Springs Road (Route 4002), Angle Street (Route 4015) and Main Street (Route 230).
This bridge is the second of a $2,877,000 two-bridge contract awarded to Susquehanna Valley Construction, Corp., of New Cumberland, PA. A bridge on Route 230 spanning Donegal Creek in Mount Joy Township was completed last year.
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