Bridge to nowhere will stand as a symbol of failure

June 30, 2016|Posted in:Updates

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will soon be accepting bids for completion of a $2.2 million project to replace a seldom-used bridge carrying Conestoga Creek Road across the Conestoga River. The bridge is on a milelong stretch between two major roads: Weaver Valley (Route 897) and Weaverland. The project has been called the “bridge to nowhere,” and township officials say they have no choice but to go through with construction or they will owe the federal government about $400,000.

Read the article at Lancaster Online