PA 737 will close in Albany Township beginning Monday, November 23, for the rehabilitation of the bridge over Stony Run.
Starting Monday and lasting through early March 2021, PA 737 will be closed between Stony Run Valley and Turkey roads. The posted detour will route traffic on Stony Run Valley Road and PA 143.
Work on the PA 737 bridge over Stony Run includes deck repairs, substructure repairs, bearing repairs, joint repairs/joint sealing, scour countermeasures and stream channel repairs.
The concrete T-beam bridge is 43 feet long, 26 feet wide and was built in 1925. This section of PA 737 has an average daily traffic volume of 1,429 vehicles.
Road-Con, Inc. of West Chester, PA is the general contractor rehabilitating the PA 737 bridge as part of a $3,782,460 contract to rehabilitate 14 state bridges in Berks County.
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