The Dairy Road bridge in Parkton will be closed for about 10 weeks as it is reconstructed for safety.
The bridge is located east of I-83 in Parkton, and will be under construction for about 10 weeks. It was built in 1920, and the concrete was deteriorating from age & usage.
When it reopens, it will be about a foot wider to accommodate larger cars, and about six feet longer for strength.
Most of the traffic on that portion of Dairy Rd in Parkton is local, so main traffic will not be effected. There are a few easy routes around the closed bridge to get through the area.
So if you are in the Parkton area, just be aware, cautious, and follow signs. The bridge is expected to re-open at the beginning of May.
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