By: KDKA-TV News Staff

TARENTUM (KDKA) – The westbound lanes of the Tarentum Bridge have reopened as of approximately 12:30 p.m. today.

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A long-term closure was in effect beginning on June 9 for PennDOT’s Tarentum Bridge Rehabilitation Project which would bring about several repairs to the bridge and closed the bridge completely.

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Back on June 13, the eastbound lanes had reopened and today, the westbound lanes have reopened.

The $3.24 million project included new modified overlays, steel repairs, bearing and expansion dam replacement, concrete repairs, and zone painting for Ramp B of Route 366.

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Single-lane closures will still occur in the westbound lanes as the full project is expected to be completed by the fall.