Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that the bridge that carries Rawlinsville Road (Route 3009) over Pequea Creek at the Providence-Pequea Township Line in Lancaster County, is now open to unrestricted traffic.
Rawlinsville Road was closed to through traffic in late May so the superstructure and deck could be replaced.
Lobar Site Development Corporation of Dillsburg Borough, York County, was the prime contractor on this $1,242,852 contract.
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