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AFC/Richmond Street Construction Update: Fall 2018

October 15, 2018
Utility work will continue through late 2018 along Richmond Street in Port Richmond in preparation for the start of total reconstruction in 2019 to improve the roadway as part of the larger reconstruction of I-95 between Allegheny Avenue and Frankford Creek (I-95/AFC).
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BSR/BRI/Aramingo Avenue Construction Update: Fall 2018

October 4, 2018
Widening and bridge construction continue on the southbound (west) side of Aramingo Avenue along with construction on the Adams Avenue Connector, two surface street improvement projects underway simultaneously...
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AFC/Richmond Street Construction Update: Summer 2018

July 23, 2018
Utility work continues along Richmond Street in Port Richmond this summer as construction continues through the remainder of 2018 on the first stage of PennDOT’s $32 million project to reconstruct and improve the roadway between Ann Street and Westmoreland Street (I-95/AF1).
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BSR/BRI/Aramingo Avenue Construction Update: Summer 2018

July 11, 2018
The base pavement is in place for most of the Adams Avenue Connector between Ashland Street (near Tacony Street) to the new intersection with Aramingo Avenue (below), where construction of the west side of the new bridge over Frankford Creek continues.
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GIR Construction Update: Summer 2018

July 11, 2018
As reconstruction of the northbound side of I-95 between the Girard Avenue and Allegheny Avenue interchanges heads toward completion, early stage work is underway in advance of demolition of the southbound viaduct between Ann and Palmer streets toward year’s end.
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GR3, GR4 Construction Notes: Spring 2018

April 19, 2018
What is happening now on the GR3 and GR4 projects? Crews are now setting the last of the structural components and building the pavement for the inside section of the new northbound viaduct between Ann and Palmer streets. GR4 construction activities will begin to ramp up later this spring.
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