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Cider Hill Road Bridge in York Closing for Repairs Beginning 7/10

Maine Turnpike: Thinking Ahead FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 07, 2017
Erin Courtney
513-2982
ecourtney@maineturnpike.com
CONTACT: Dan Morin (MTA)
838-8613
dmorin@maineturnpike.com


Cider Hill Road Bridge in York Closing for Repairs Beginning 7/10

Bridge will be closed to traffic for approximately 28 days

YORK, Maine – Beginning on Monday, July 10, 2017 the Cider Hill Road Bridge in York that carries traffic over the Maine Turnpike will be closed for repairs.  The closure is expected to last for approximately 28 days.  The work consists of concrete deck rehabilitation, repairs to the deck expansion joints and permanent snow fence installation. 
 
The signed detour route during bridge rehabilitation will redirect traffic to Scotland Bridge Road, to Beech Ridge Road and to U.S. Route 1. The detour as signed is approximately 5.7 miles. The Cider Hill Bridge carries approximately 5,650 vehicles per day over the mainline of the Maine Turnpike.
 
Message boards will be in place to inform approaching travelers of the closure. The Maine Turnpike Authority appreciates motorists’ patience and understanding during this construction.
 
Cider Hill Road Bridge is one of four bridges included in the $984,032.05 project, awarded to Wyman & Simpson, Inc. of Richmond.  The project consists of bridge and culvert repairs in various locations which also include Ogunquit, Saco and Scarborough.
 

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