There’s good news and there’s bad news for commuters in Pine.
The good news is two bridges on Route 910 are scheduled to reopen Wednesday, Oct. 9, weather permitting.
The bad news is Pearce Mill Road will remain closed for a few more months as PennDOT continues work in the area.
The bridges, which carry Route 910 over the north fork of Pine Creek and an unnamed tributary, have been closed since July 22.
The new bridges are expected to be open by 5 p.m. Wednesday.
In addition to the bridge replacements, the $2.6 million project includes pavement reconstruction and widening of Wexford Road, intersection improvements, including turn lanes and new traffic signals at Pearce Mill Road, waterline relocation, guiderail and drainage upgrades and other miscellaneous construction.
Roadway and intersection work will continue, according to PennDOT. About 9,560 vehicles use the Route 910 bridges on an average day.
As for Pearce Mill Road, it is expected to remain closed to traffic in both directions from Route 910 to Brown Road through mid-December.
Crews are working on slide repairs and roadway reconstruction.
Traffic is being detoured during the project. Signs also are in place to guide motorists.