Construction delays have pushed back the reopening of the North Fourth Street Bridge in Jeannette.
The Tribune-Review reports that replacement of the bridge was supposed to wrap up by mid-December, but that has now been moved to mid-January of next year.
The bridge is part of the Rapid Bridge Replacement project. Plenary-Walsh Keystone Partners started work on the bridge in October. This bridge is one of 558 bridges in the state to be replaced and maintained by Pleanary-Walsh for 25 years.