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Additional planking has been added to the bridge, doubling the width of the parallel planks.  This means the center original decking is much narrower.  Use caution, especially when wet.

St. Clair Bridge Road in Jarrettsville to close starting Saturday
By S. Wayne Carter Jr.
The Aegis |
Aug 16, 2019 | 10:13 AM

A section of St. Clair Bridge Road in Jarrettsville will be closed between Route 165 and North Bend Road for about three weeks starting Saturday.

The Harford County Department of Public Works — Bureau of Construction Inspections is closing this portion of the roadway in order to have the bridge over a tributary to Deer Creek cleaned and painted, according to a county government news release.

Emergency vehicle will also not have access within the work zone, located about 250 feet north of North Bend Road.

Follow detour signs or make other arrangements if you plan to travel this roadway during the three-week period.

Questions about this closure may be directed to 410-638-3217 ext. 2437.

Response to my email to Baltimore County Engineering concerning the Cuba bridge. 

Thank you for your concerns regarding our Bridge No. B-0029 on Cuba Road over Western Run.   Interim measures (new/temporary deck boards and barrels along the sides of the bridge to keep traffic in the center of the bridge) were necessary due to some loose and deteriorated deck members.  We have begun design for replacing the deck but do not have a date for construction at this time.  We will investigate placing additional warning signs at the bridge as well as trimming some of the vegetation to improve sight lines.

Should you have any further questions please advise us.

Kevin J. Sabolcik, P.E., Chief
Structural Design Section
Bureau of Engineering & Construction
Baltimore County Department of Public Works
111 W. Chesapeake Avenue, Room 219
Towson, Maryland 21204
Telephone:  410-887-3737
Fax:  410-887-4393
Email:  ksabolcik@baltimorecountymd.gov
Exceptional Customer Service
Safe and Efficient Operations
Reliable Infrastructure


CAUTION - Cuba Rd North wood decked bridge is narrowed with dangerous added longitudinal planking.  The planking will fit most cars/trucks but could trap a cyclist.  Likely extremely dangerous when wet.  There is little visible warning due to road bend when approaching southbound.  A cyclist will have nowhere to go if encountering a car on the bridge.

Start changed to 9:30 Tuesday 7/23 for 44 mile ride from ORR - Hampstead 44 Brodbeck
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Noticed Tuesday 5/14/2019
* Stockton Rd being milled
* Dulaney Valley being paved between Loch Raven and Jarrettsville

Apr-28-19 02:56 pm
Category: Social

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Beginning May 6, Moores Mill is expected to be closed between Hickory Avenue (Route 1) and Rock Spring Road (Route 924) in Bel Air for about five months.
https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryl … story.html

This section is used by the Rocks, Slate, & River ride.

Mar-29-19 01:19 pm
Out at the bottom of the long hill--bridge over Little Falls is being worked on
Forum: Road Problems

https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agenc … 401d3.html

Dairy Road Bridge Replacement

Baltimore County is replacing the wooden deck and other timber elements of the Dairy Road Bridge (B-0034) west of Interstate 83 this spring. The road is expected to be closed for construction between March 18 and May 17. Engineers anticipate repairs will cost approximately $150,000.

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