Repairs for Route 150 Flemington Bridge Scheduled for Later this Month
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Work to repair the Flemington Bridge on Route 150 (Hogan Boulevard), just outside of Lock Haven will get under way later this month. The bridge spans Bald Eagle Creek in Bald Eagle and Allison townships.
Repairs will start Oct. 15, and traffic through this area will be detoured so that work can be carried out as quickly as possible. The detour will be lifted when work completes on the expected date of Oct. 18.
The official detour for northbound traffic will direct vehicles to Route 2015 south (Mill Hall Road), Route 220 north, Route 120 west and back to Route 150. Southbound traffic will follow Route 120 east, Route 220 south, Route 2015 (Mill Hall ramp), and back to Route 150.
Crews from PennDOT Clinton County Maintenance will perform this work, which includes partial removal and repair of a joint and repairs to the abutment. All work is weather dependent.
The Flemington Bridge was built in 1933, is 205 feet long and carries an average of 16,600 vehicles per day.
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Media Contact: Marla Fannin, Press Officer
Source: PennDOT Engineering District 2