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SR 235 (Chambersburg Rd.)/S.R. 4 Bridge Rehabilitation

Bridge Preservation

Project Status

  1. Proposed

  2. In Development

  3. Pre-construction

  4. Construction

  5. Completion

The State Route 235 (Chambersburg Rd.)/State Route 4 Interchange will undergo rehabilitation. The project will raise the S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.) Bridge over S.R. 4, replace the driving surface and install new galvanized beams. Eagle Bridge Company was awarded the project in November 2020. This is one of three separate projects to upgrade the State Route 235 Corridor between Montgomery and Greene Counties. During construction, the S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.) Bridge will be closed for up to 150 days beginning in Mid-March through Mid-August. There will also be several ramp closures in coordination with the construction phases. See the detour information below.

Maintenance of Traffic

During Bridge Construction, traffic will be detoured via S.R. 201, I-70, and S.R. 444. Various interchange ramp closures will also be in effect throughout the project:

  • The ramps from S.R. 4 North to S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.)West and from S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.) East to S.R. 4 North will be closed for up to 150 days.
  • The ramps to and from S.R. 4 South to S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.) will be closed for up to 60 days.
  • The ramps from S.R. 4 North to S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.) East and from S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.) West to S.R. 4 North will be closed for up to 45 days.
  • The schedule to close the ramps will be determined at the start of construction, and traffic will be detoured using the same routes established for the closure of S.R. 235 (Chambersburg Rd.).

 

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