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Rehab work to begin on U.S. 522 bridge

May 09, 2002

The Maryland Department of Transportation will begin bridge rehabilitation work on the U.S. 522 bridge over the Potomac River in Washington County on June 1, the department said in a news release.

The work is scheduled to be completed by early September, the release said.

The work will require closing one lane throughout the duration of the project, the release said.

The state will install temporary traffic signals on each approach to the bridge, the release said.

A mandatory checkpoint will be created for tractor-trailers on the West Virginia side of the bridge to allow for brake testing, the release said.

The work is part of a project that also includes the rehabilitation of U.S. 340 over the Potomac River, Interstate 70 at Md. 63 and Interstate 70 over Conococheague Creek.

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The $3.4 million project was awarded to Corman Construction Co.

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