Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Peters Township officials said the new Arrowhead Trail Bridge will be stained causing detours to be in effect for one day only.
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- Andrea Bosco
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Update: The Arrowhead Trail Bridge opened to foot traffic Thursday. Work on the nearly finished Bebout bridge project in Peters Township will cause closures and detours for one day only—today. Bebout Road, at the intersection of Valley Brook Road, is closed today for staining of the new Arrowhead Trail Bridge, township manager Michael Silvestri said. Previously used detours will be in effect. This is expected to be the last road closure for this bridge project, he said. Bebout Road will reopen to traffic Thursday and no further closures are expected. Stay tuned to Peters Patch for more information. Follow Peters Patch on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for our daily newsletter.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The road has reopened after months of bridge construction and detours.
Many Peters Township residents are breathing a sigh of relief Tuesday morning—Bebout Road has reopened. After months of construction and detours, the Arrowhead Trail bridge/connector has been built and Bebout Road is clear for use. The trail, however, remains closed for at least a couple more weeks for staining, according to the township. Bebout Road is scheduled to close again Monday, April 23 in an effort to completely finish the project. Township officials said those plans are weather-permitting. For Montour Trail information, visit montourtrail.org. Follow Peters Patch on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for our daily newsletter.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
The Bebout Road closure—and Arrowhead Trail bridge construction—is not affecting nearby shops' hours.
Bebout Road, at the intersection of Valley Brook, closed on Tuesday. The closure will continue for the next several months while the Arrowhead Trail bridge is constructed. All businesses on Valley Brook Road are remaining open and operating on normal bussiness hours. Peters Township Councilman Jim Berquist said he feels for the businesses on Valley Brook Road. "I believe the good people of Peters Township will rally support around a good local business, such as Farmhouse Coffee—trying to compete with the Evil Empire (Starbucks)," he said. "It is a David versus Goliath story and hopefully it will not be the demise of retail on this section of Valley Brook Road. That goes for My Big Fat Greek Gyro, The Cob Collection, etc." Do you own a …