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Bridge on Allison Mill Road in Manheim Township, York County, is Open


Detour has been lifted 

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that the bridge on Allison Mill Road in Manheim Township, York County, is open to traffic. The structure, a state-owned bridge spanning Long Run, is located between Route 216 (Blooming Grove Road) and Zumbrum Road on Allison Mill Road, which is a township road.

The bridge was closed in April for replacement. A detour associated with the closure has been lifted.

This project involves replacing the existing T-beam bridge with a precast box culvert, guiderail updates, signing, pavement markings, and other miscellaneous construction.

Kevin E. Raker Construction, LLC, of Sunbury, PA, is the contractor on this $810,164 project. 

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