Project Background

The 30th Street Bridge Preservation Project is a DOMI-led effort with assistance from PennDOT and FHWA for the rehabilitation of the bridge that serves as the primary means of access to Washington's Landing. The objective is to replace all of the deck joints on the 30th Street Bridge and the River Avenue Viaduct as well as to resurface the deck, improve the bridge lighting, and repair/enhance the bridge railings. Engineering for the project is near to completion with great care given to how construction will impact all users of the bridge.

On this page, you'll find materials to better understand the need and purpose for the project as well as how the project will impact your travels during construction.

Due to the complexity of many components on the bridge, the department is anticipating for 2022 to be devoted to fabrication with construction beginning in earnest in spring 2023.

We would appreciate your comments on the presentation so we can best incorporate feedback into the final design for the repairs. Our goal is to minimize inconveniences during construction.

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Zachary Workman

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