Harrison Avenue Bridge Reopens Early

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SCRANTON -- Crews wrapped up work on the Harrison Avenue Bridge Saturday in Scranton.

The construction was done about 24 hours ahead of schedule.

The bridge reopened to traffic around 3:30 p.m.

It was expected to be closed until Sunday while crews put the finishing touches on tying the bridge to new roads on each side.

The old Harrison Avenue Bridge in Scranton will be torn down next year.

2 comments

  • I pay taxes too

    Maybe it opened early because The Times humiliated PennDOT by exposing how incompetent PennDOT engineers were on this job, so they ‘re on the hook to do something ahead of schedule.

  • I pay taxes too

    Maybe it opened early because The Times humiliated PennDOT by exposing how incompetent PennDOT engineers were on this job, so they ‘re on the hook to do something ahead of schedule.

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