From staff reports
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation next month will have plans on display for its Route 62 bridge-replacement project over Little Sandy Creek in Polk Borough.
The plans will be on display for public view from Jan. 7 to 21 on the Polk Borough office’s exterior bulletin board. Work is expected to take place during the 2021 construction season.
Plans call for work to be completed in phases that keep the road open with a single lane and traffic controlled by temporary traffic signals.
The bridge is located on Route 62, between the intersection with Polk Cutoff (Route 3024) and the intersection with Niles Road.
The bridge was built in 1941 and is classified as being in poor condition. It is used by approximately 3,500 vehicles a day.