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More Repairs For Hwy 25 Bridge After Hole Fixed

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One lane of a northern Greenville County bridge is closed, however this week it's in a different lane. One lane of a northern Greenville County bridge is closed, however this week it's in a different lane.
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Updated: June 10, 2013

One lane of a northern Greenville County bridge is closed, however this week it's in a different lane.

Late last month, a hole was spotted on a Highway 25 bridge in Travelers Rest.  Crews closed the lane for repairs, which were finished on Friday.

Now, South Carolina Department of Transportation officials say the other lane has been closed to traffic because more repairs were needed.

The SCDOT says the original closed lane is now open to motorists.  The other lane will be shut down until Monday.

Updated: June 7, 2013

There's good news for drivers in Greenville County.

SCDOT crews have finished repair work on the Highway 25 bridge in Travelers Rest.

Now, they're just waiting for the concrete to cure.

They'll check to make sure everything is deemed structurally sound on Monday.  If it is, they hope to reopen the bridge by early Monday afternoon.

Keep checking back for the latest updates.

Updated: June 3, 2013

Crews are working on a northern Greenville County bridge after a hole was discovered last week in the surface.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation says they expect to have both lanes of the Highway 25 bridge near River Road in Travelers Rest open by June 10.

Crews have to ship away at the old material to get a good surface so they can make a new pour, or put a new surface down.

A bridge engineer will check the progress sometime Monday.

Keep checking back for updates.

Posted: May 30, 2013

A hole in an Upstate bridge has prompted officials to close a lane on Highway 25 in Travelers Rest Thursday.

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says the hole was discovered on the bridge near River Road.

The northbound lane has been closed and a detour has been set up using Highway 11 and Interstate 26 in Spartanburg County.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation is inspecting the bridge.  Officials hope to have one lane of the bridge open to traffic sometime Thursday afternoon.

The remaining lane with the hole is expected to be closed for another week and a half until repairs can be made.

7 On Your Side has a crew on the scene.  Keep checking back for more updates.

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