NEW HANOVER PA – The Deep Creek Road bridge in New Hanover Township is scheduled to be closed for up to 140 days, beginning next Monday (July 16, 2018) and continuing through November, as Montgomery County makes improvements to the aging structure, according to the county’s Roads and Bridges Division.
A 2.7-mile detour (at top) created for drivers to navigate around the county-owned bridge will send them along portions of Kulp Road, Hill Road, and Henning Road, back to Deep Creek Road. No state highways are used on the route.
Announcement of the closure appeared Monday (July 9) on the township website. It also reported New Hanover’s Public Works Department was scheduled Monday to pave Hill Road between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m.
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