All Lanes on Oxford Valley Road over U.S. 1 in Bucks County have  reopened.

PennDOT reopened lanes on the bridge carrying Oxford Valley Road over U.S. 1 in Falls, Lower Makefield, and Middletown townships.

According to penndot.gov, “Contractors worked since November 2016 to rehabilitate the 167 foot-long bridge by replacing two steel beams; straightening four steel beams with the use of high heat; performing full-depth concrete bridge deck repairs; placing a new latex concrete overlay on the bridge deck; and repairing concrete support abutments.”

Some additional work remains unfinished; therefore northbound and southbound U.S. 1 is scheduled to close at the Oxford Valley Road interchange from Sunday, August 20th, through Friday, August 25th, from 9:00 PM to 6:00 AM.

“The Oxford Valley Bridge over U.S. 1 is the last of four bridges to be completed under PennDOT’s $11,766,000 project to rehabilitate four structurally deficient bridges in Bucks, Chester, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties.”

For more information on the ongoing projects visit penndot.gov.