Work on the installation of noise-abatement walls at warranted locations along the Pennsylvania I-95 approach to the Scudder Falls Bridge is expected to resume next week (March 13) according to the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission.
Noise wall construction activities went on a winter hiatus effective February 9. The suspension of noise wall work was part of the contractor’s schedule. Overall progress on this advance construction contract remains on track to reach completion in early June.
Work crews are to resume activities on walls being installed along I-95 south between the Quarry Road Overhead Bridge and the Newtown interchange and on walls along I-95 north between the Dolington Road Overhead Bridge and the Taylorsville Road interchange.
Motorist impacts are not anticipated because only shoulder closures will be needed for these work activities, which will consist of surveying (where needed) and noise wall post and panel installations.
A series of noise walls are being constructed along I-95 between the Route 332/Yardley-Newtown Road interchange (Exit 49) and the Route 32/Taylorsville Road interchange (Exit 51 A & B) in advance of the Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project. Work on the advance Pennsylvania noise wall contract began in early July 2016. Under the contract, a total of six sections of noise walls with an approximate length of 12,500 feet are to be installed along Pennsylvania’s I-95 approach to the Scudder Falls Bridge.
More information and videos on the bridge replacement project are available at www.scudderfallsbridge.com.