Philadelphia I-95 Bridge Collapse Update

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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) reports the following information regarding the I-95 bridge collapse and subsequent road closures and detours.

As of this date Southbound I-95 motorists can go as far south as Exit 30 (Cottman Avenue). Northbound I-95 motorists can go as far north as Exit 26 (Betsy Ross Bridge/Aramingo Avenue).

On June 17, the Pennsylvania governor was on site, and during the briefing he announced that I-95 will reopen within the next two weeks.

“I can state with confidence that we will have I-95 reopened within the next two weeks,” said Governor Josh Shapiro at the briefing at Philadelphia International Airport. “We are going to get traffic moving again thanks to the extraordinary work of those here and our incredible union trade workers.”

On June 16, after the demolition was completed days ahead of schedule, crews began work on building the interim roadway. Significant progress was made throughout the day, as a base of foamed glass aggregate was laid on the roadway to serve as the foundation as crews fill in the gap up to the surface level of I-95.

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