PennDOT to Increase Number of Pennsylvania Bridges with Weight Restrictions

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This past June, Pennsylvania's state legislature failed to enact transportation funding legislation that would have addressed the structurally-deficient condition of many Pennsylvania bridges. As a result of this absence of action, in August, PennDOT announced that it would post new or lower weight restrictions on many Pennsylvania bridges.

In this video, McNees Wallace & Nurick Transportation attorney Jim Franklin explains PennDOT's See more +

This past June, Pennsylvania's state legislature failed to enact transportation funding legislation that would have addressed the structurally-deficient condition of many Pennsylvania bridges. As a result of this absence of action, in August, PennDOT announced that it would post new or lower weight restrictions on many Pennsylvania bridges.

In this video, McNees Wallace & Nurick Transportation attorney Jim Franklin explains PennDOT's decision and what it means for the transportation industry in Pennsylvania. See less -

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