The Project Is Expected To Be Finished In Summer 2014

The multiyear redecking project is slated to begin its fourth phase this Thursday on the Walt Whitman Bridge that will carry out a different traffic patterns from the patterns that the motorists used to encounter in the roads.

According to the officials that are knowledgeable to the issue, they have said that the three paths of the bridge will be open to transport in both ways. It will be open up until to the construction’s next phase which will begin in October.

Actually, there are seven lanes on the area but only three have been finished according to Tim Ireland. Tim Ireland is the spokesperson for the Delaware River Port Authority. The fourth phase of the construction will attack the bridge’s middle traffic lane.

It is a good news for some especially for the wide-ranging loads that were not allowed to enter the bridge for the duration of the third phase because they will be forbidden no more, they can cross the bridge.

Tim Ireland also said that the project is on slate and is doing very fine. He also added that traffic reserves are provided and for some drivers, the construction will not be convenient on their part but it is a good thing that most of them do have a long patience to understand why the construction project is taking long.

Tim Ireland detailed that it is considered that the deck exclusion and replacement project serves as the second largest capital enhancement project that was started and carried out by the Delaware River Port Authority.

The project takes account of the structural enhancements, replacing and setting up of a new lightweight grid deck, new walls and a manageable and portable steel-shell wall.

The project is expected to be finished and done at the year 2014 during its summer season.

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