Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program

The Bridge Program involves the replacement of Regional Rail and Norristown High Speed Line steel structure bridges and viaducts and the rehabilitation of 9 stone arch Regional Rail bridges.
Ranging in size from 339-3165 feet, the majority of structures were constructed in the early 1900s with the earliest - the Crum Creek Viaduct-- built in 1895. The individual projects will focus on improvements to the structures including bridge timbers, painting, catenary, signals, superstructure steel, and substructural steel repairs with budgets ranging from $7.6-77.5 million.