Burgners Bridge located in Decrease Frankford Township in Cumberland County is closing for repairs starting Monday, May perhaps 2. The four-span concrete bridge, created in 1960, spans 245 toes throughout the Conodoguinet Creek.
The bridge carries just about 1,300 cars day by day, and will endure a superstructure substitute, in which crews will exchange the beams and deck, while using the present substructure, and will be concluded by late summertime.
“The bridge, which is structurally deficient and is displaying indications of deterioration, is aspect of a project bundling, where by 3 Cumberland County owned bridges are combined into one particular building venture to know financial system of scale cost financial savings,” explained Kirk Stoner.
The other two bridges in the bundle consist of the North Dickinson University Street Bridge in Dickinson Township, and a bridge in Southampton Township, on Stonewall Highway which will be done by September 2022.
Cumberland County owns 28 bridges, nine are jointly owned with York County and eleven that span the Conodoguinet Creek.