Erie County, Pa. (WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com) — An Interstate 90 bridge has officially opened back up for travelers.
The bridge that carries Morehouse Road/Appleman Road (Route 4107) over I-90 at the border of Greene and Millcreek townships reopened on Tuesday, according to a PennDOT release.
The bridge was closed in June for rehabilitation work on the piers, abutment walls and deck. It is part of a contract that also included work on the Bargain Road (Route 4104) bridge over I-79 in McKean Township, Erie County.
This project is funded in part by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). In 2023, the BIL has implemented about $23.7 million in funding for the northwest region to be used by the department and its local Metropolitan and Rural Planning Organization (MPO/RPO) partners.
In the NWPA region, the planning partners are the Erie Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), the Shenango Valley MPO, and the Northwest Rural Planning Organization (RPO).
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