Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced today that forces will mobilize at Perry Hall’s Joppa Road bridge the week of Nov. 8 to start replacing the structure, which has been closed since January.
Bearing assemblies and precast concrete slab units will be delivered, and installation will start immediately. Baltimore County expects the work to be completed by the end of November, weather permitting.
“I would like to thank the Department of Public Works for working to complete this project, which was delayed due to the parts shortage affecting many parts of the U.S. economy,” Councilman Marks said.
“I appreciate the inconvenience experienced by many motorists. It has affected my family as well. We look forward to the bridge opening.”