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Maryland's Route 13 Bypass Bridges to Undergo $20 Million in Repairs

from Salisbury Independent

When the State Highway Administration began building the Route 13 Bypass east of Salisbury in 1970, the modern cloverleafs, with their huge overpasses and efficient entrance and exit ramps, were the state of highway construction art. Now, 45 years later, many of those bridges would appear to be falling apart, so SHA will spend more than $20 million beginning next fall to rebuild 11 spans along the the north-south loop from Salisbury Boulevard near the Centre At Salisbury mall, all the way to Fruitland. The bridges were built in stages from north to south, beginning in late 1970 and continuing through 1975. A design-build project was advertised Dec. 29 for competitive bids from contractors. The bidding phase follows a project information meeting that was held for the public last fall. more

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