Allentown bridge rehab to detour northbound traffic

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Work is expected to begin today on a project to rehabilitate the Oxford Drive Bridge over the Little Lehigh River in Allentown.

Heim Construction Co. of Pottsville is the general contractor on the $367,670 project, which will close the bridge in the northbound direction.

The project includes bridge deck overlaying, expansion dam replacement, beam repairs and substructure and parapet repairs.

The bridge is a three-span concrete I-beam bridge built in 1960 and rehabilitated last in 1980. It has an average daily traffic volume of about 9,600 vehicles.

Work is expected to be complete in September.

Stacy Wescoe

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