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PennDOT says Five Forks bridge off Pa. 316 reopens to traffic

August 21, 2007

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Five Forks bridge in Quincy Township reopened last week, according to an announcement from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, or PennDOT.

The bridge, which was closed on June 11, carries traffic on Five Forks Road across a narrow tributary of the West Branch of the Little Antietam Creek onto Pa. 316, according to PennDOT.

Built by George S. Hann & Son Inc. of Fort Littleton, Pa., for $660,062, the bridge is 21 feet long and 32 feet, 9 inches wide. The work also included widening the eastern approach on the bridge to 76 feet, making it easier for vehicles to turn onto Five Forks Road or onto Pa. 316, according to PennDOT.

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