Narberth Avenue Bridge Closed to Vehicles – Effective March 6, 2019

Due to the continuing deterioration of the structures supporting the sidewalks on either side of the bridge, Borough Council approved the closure of the bridge to vehicles so that pedestrians can continue to have a safe way to cross over the train tracks. A follow up inspection by the Borough Engineer on March 7, concurred with the decision to close the sidewalks pending a thorough hands on inspection to be performed by PennDOT in April.

We will evaluate those results and make any changes to the status of the bridge pending considerations of public safety, cost, and feasibility of a number of different solutions. We take our responsibility for the safety or people crossing the bridge and the rail passengers below very seriously.

The Narberth Avenue bridge will be replaced with a new bridge, scheduled for construction in 2020. Please stay tuned to and join our email list to stay informed.