Work to begin Jan. 6 on King Avenue span

December 23, 1996

Replacement of the deteriorated King Avenue Bridge, which spans Interstate 95 north of Essex Community College, will begin Jan. 6. The bridge was built in 1966.

King Avenue will be closed for the yearlong project, estimated to cost $2.5 million. Corman Construction Inc. will be the lead engineers.

Detours will be set up southbound on Perry Hall Boulevard or on Gum Spring Road and westbound along King Avenue and Franklin Square Drive, Maryland Transportation Authority officials said.

Pub Date: 12/23/96

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