Inspection reveals deterioration to beams
Harrisburg, PA - The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that the Muddy Creek Forks Road (Route 2044) bridge spanning the North Branch Muddy Creek has been closed indefinitely following an inspection that revealed significant deterioration to the bridge beams.
The bridge is located just to the south of the intersection with New Park Road (Route 2069).
A detour is in place. Travelers heading east on Muddy Creek Forks Road from west of the closure should take Muddy Creek Forks Road north to High Rock Road (Route 2046) and travel east to Muddy Creek Forks Road/New Park Road (Route 2069).
Travelers heading west from east of the closure should take Muddy Creek Forks Road/New Park Road (Route 2069) north to High Rock Road and travel west to Muddy Creek Forks Road.
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