Rehabilitation project to begin on Saegertown bridge
Rehabilitation work that will extend the service life of the Park Avenue Extension (State Route 1001) bridge over Woodcock Creek in Saegertown Borough, Crawford County, is to begin this month.
The superstructure of the bridge is to be replaced in the project that is scheduled to start on July 23 and be completed by the middle of October.
The 82-foot-long bridge, classified as structurally deficient, is located between Brown Road and State Route 198. The bridge was built in 1958, and carries 1,184 vehicles on an average day.
The contactor is Shingledecker’s Welding of Franklin, Pa. The contract cost is $561,436, which is to be paid entirely with state funds.