A $12.9 million project to replace the bridges that carry Route 30 over Electric Avenue in North Braddock will resume today as crews focus on the westbound bridge this year, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced.
The eastbound bridge was replaced last season. Starting at 7 a.m., traffic will be restricted to one lane in both directions during work on a crossover. When it is completed, possibly on Wednesday, westbound traffic will cross to the eastbound side, with single-lane traffic in both directions using the new bridge through late October.
Starting March 25, the ramp from eastbound Route 30 to eastbound Electric Avenue will have overnight closures starting at 7 p.m. daily through late April, reopening by 6 a.m. daily, as the westbound Route 30 bridge is demolished.