For the second time in less than a year, the borough of Narberth has closed the North Narberth Avenue Bridge immediately, and indefinitely, after an inspection by PennDOT.
State authorities checked the bridge about 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, borough officials announced in an email to residents. The result, according to the email: "We have been advised to close both the vehicular and pedestrian access to the bridge. The bridge will remain closed until further assessments and emergency repairs can be made."
Pedestrians are being allowed on the bridge's vehicle lanes, but the walkways are closed. No vehicles are allowed on the bridge.
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Patch will keep readers posted on any developments with the bridge's operation.
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