Update on bridge work in Clinton County

LOCK HAVEN — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting motorists to updates on two bridges in Clinton County.

As part of a preservation contract on four bridges, PennDOT expects to re-open a bridge on Route 44 that spans Route 220 at the Pine Creek interchange on Tuesday. The bridge had previously been expected to open Nov. 11 but that has been delayed. Until Tuesday, drivers will need to follow detour signs. Swank Construction Company, LLC of New Kensington, Pa., has been the contractor on this project.

A Route 64 bridge in Lamar Township will open by the end of daylight today. The bridge spans Fishing Creek, near the village of Lamar. Temporary signals will be removed and both lanes on the bridge will be open. Replacement of this bridge will remove it from Clinton County’s structurally deficient list.  LTT Trucking, LLC of North Bend was the contractor on this $1.9 million project.