Monday, August 10, 2015

Route 441 bypass - the latest



The latest on the project >> Crews are expected to begin pouring the bridge deck this week. When the deck is finished, crews will begin placing and grading the subbase for the new route. Paving is scheduled for early to mid-September.


While crews are doing the grading, drivers will see barrier removal, shoulder restoration and guiderail work on Route 30 between the river bridge and the Columbia exit. The crew hopes to be off of Route 30 by September so that a milling and paving project on Route 30 — being done by Pennsy Supply Inc. — can be finished.

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  1. When is the completion??

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    1. That seems to be undetermined at this point. Originally, the project was supposed to be completed sometime this fall, but Columbia Mayor Leo Lutz recently said that it could be pushed into next year because of lack of materials due to all the bridge and road projects in the state. That said, the YDR article suggests it could be completed late September or shortly thereafter.

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