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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Philip Murray Bridge on South 10th Street has reopened to all traffic after six months of construction work.

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Both outbound lanes and one inbound lane have been closed since May 24 as crews replaced the bridge deck, painted, made structural steel repairs, wrapped suspension cables and installed a humidification system as part of the city’s bridge rehabilitation project.

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Additional lane and weekend bridge closures are expected to happen in spring 2019 so crews can pave the bridge deck and complete miscellaneous painting.

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The Department of Public Works says the $20 million project is being done in conjunction with funding from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Federal Highway Administration. The work is being done by American Bridge Company of Coraopolis.