Implosion

Old Hulton Bridge Implosion Set For Jan. 26PennDOT will implode the 107-year-old Hulton Bridge in Oakmont on Jan. 26.
Parkway East Reopens Ahead Of ScheduleThe round-the-clock work to clean up the rubble left behind on the Parkway East following the implosion of the Greenfield Bridge has paid off.
Cleanup Continues At Site Of Greenfield Bridge ImplosionThe round-the-clock work to clean up the rubble left behind on the Parkway East following the implosion of the Greenfield Bridge is continuing.
Crews Working Around The Clock To Cleanup Greenfield Bridge, Reopen ParkwayClean-up is well underway following the implosion of the Greenfield Bridge. It's a race against time and crews are hoping they can finish, and reopen the Parkway East by New Year’s Eve.
Spectators Take In Historic Greenfield Bridge Implosion In PersonStanding on the Parkway East Monday morning, about 50 invited guests watched history happen as the old Greenfield Bridge was demolished.
Crews Implode Greenfield Bridge Over The Parkway EastCrews have been prepping for today’s Greenfield Bridge implosion for months.
City, PennDOT Officials Outline Greenfield Bridge Implosion TimelineCity of Pittsburgh and PennDOT officials are explaining their plans to demolish the Greenfield Bridge over the Parkway East later this year.
Date Set For Implosion Of Old Greenfield BridgeIt's not going to happen until the fall, but a major traffic alert is already giving Parkway East drivers anxiety.
Crews Implode Masontown Bridge If you want to get from Fayette County to Greene County, don’t count on the Masontown Bridge anymore.
Part Of 31st Street Bridge DemolishedPart of the 31st Street Bridge was brought down Thursday morning. A span of the bridge over the Allegheny River’s back channel was brought down with explosives around 10 a.m.
City Planning To Implode, Rebuild Greenfield Bridge The Greenfield Bridge which has been coming down on its own a chunk at a time for two decades is going to be imploded – dropped from its height to the Parkway below in a cloud of dust and debris.
Charleroi-Monessen Bridge ImplodedAfter 100 years, an old but historic bridge in our area is now history! With the flip of a switch, 150-pounds of explosives took down the old Charleroi-Monessen Bridge shortly before 9 a.m. this morning to make way for a brand new span between Washington and Westmoreland Counties.

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