The 1,000 bridges declared "structurally deficient" by the state Department of Transportation include one state-owned bridge in Lycoming County, according to a local PennDOT representative.
"We don't know when the postings will be done," said Rick Mason, PennDOT media representative for District 3-0, which includes Lycoming, Sullivan, Tioga, Bradford, Union, Snyder, Northumberland and Montour counties. "We have 11 state-owned and about 60 locally owned bridges involved throughout our district."
Mason said of the approximately 60 bridges owned by counties or municipalities that will receive a rating change, 17 of them had no any posting before.
State-owned bridges in this region that will be impacted include:
In Lycoming County, at Jersey Mills, in McHenry Township, on Route 414 over Callahan Run, 34 tons single and 40 tons combination.
In Northumberland County, south of Scisly Road in Rush Township on Little Roaring Creek Road over Little Roaring Creek, 33 tons single and 40 tons combination.
In Tioga County, on Route 249 over Short Run, just east of Glenn Road in Chatham Township, 36 tons single and 40 tons combination; and on Catlin Hollow Road over Catlin Hollow Creek, just north of Ely Hill Road in Charleston Township, 33 tons single and 39 tons combination.
In Union County, on Spruce Run Road over a tributary to Spruce Run, just west of Cross Roads Drive in Buffalo Township, 33 tons single and 40 tons combination; and on Wildwood Road over Sweitzers Run, just south of Route 304 in Limestone Township, 36 tons single and 40 tons combination.
PennDOT will begin posting limits as soon as Thursday.