Loganville Road Bypass – Highway Interchange

Loganville Borough and Springfield Township, York County

Project Background

  • A 1.5-mile long, two-lane state highway connecting S.R. 0214 to the Loganville Exit off Interstate 83, bypassing a portion of West Ore Street.
  • 42’ bridge spanning an unnamed tributary to East Branch Codorus Creek and a township road.
  • Signalization of intersection with SR3001 and widening to add turn lanes.
  • Bicycle path alongside SR 0214 from Loganville Borough to Water Street.
  • Stormwater collection system with a 260’W x 240’L x 14’D detention basin and a 120’ W x 319’ L x 9’ D detention basin.
Loganville Bypass
A 1.5-mile-long two-lane state highway now directly connects to Interstate 83, bypassing local traffic.

Services Provided:

  • Survey, preparation of right-of-way drawings and coordination of acquisition.
  • Vertical and horizontal alignment, pavement, and traffic signal design.
  • Obtained all environmental clearances and permits, including five general permits, multiple Chapter 105 waivers, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 33 CFR 325 Permit.
  • Design of seven phase erosion and sedimentation construction control plan and approval from the York County Conservation District.
  • Design of collection system network and two large detention basins for stormwater runoff; capable of handling a 100-year storm.
  • Stream mitigation design.
  • Structural design of a 42’ span pre-stressed concrete spread box beam bridge using BRADD-3
  • PennDOT approvals for geotechnical investigation (completed by consultant), substructure and superstructure design.
  • Provided plans, technical specifications, bid documents and estimates in accordance with PennDOT requirements.
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