Crews will work tonight and tomorrow night to install fresh concrete to repair a section of the Robert O. Norris Bridge travel surface between Lancaster and Middlesex counties.
Route 3 drivers should anticipate brief delays overnight on Wednesday, July 12, and Thursday, July 13, for repairs to the bridge travel surface.
Crews will remove a temporary asphalt patch from the bridge’s travel surface and replace it with fresh concrete for a smoother ride.
This is a permanent repair to a section of the travel surface repaired temporarily in an emergency work zone on Tuesday, July 11. The affected area is 75 long and 5 feet wide.
Beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, a flagging crew will control one-way, alternating traffic on the bridge. Law enforcement officials will be present to provide assistance.
Once work is completed each evening, the temporary traffic signals on the bridge will resume color operation, and will again control traffic.
Temporary traffic signals are controlling one-way traffic at the center spans of the Norris Bridge as part of a $12.8 million painting project.