Mady’s Bridge Project Not To Affect Emergency Response In Pottsville
The reparation process of Mady's Bridge which will take three years to complete will not affect emergency respondents, according to authorities.
Starting this month, the three-year repair project is seen as a major distraction to the flow of traffic in the said areas. Pottsville and Schuylkill Haven are the most affected towns. However, emergency responders are not bothered by the major construction project because they have planned the rerouting for their drivers and ambulances.
"As long as we're sending the right truck to the right location, there should not be an impact in getting to the scene," said Patrick Moran, education coordinator for the Pottsville/Schuylkill Haven Area EMS. Pottsville fire Chief Todd March also thinks there will not be delays as long as alternate routes are taken by the responders. However, March is concerned with the Route 61 and Mauch Chunk intersection because heavy traffic can slow down the turns.
Temporary lights will be put up to assist drivers in intersections and alternate routes. As for drivers, it is also advisable to have their own temporary lighting options such as light sticks or glow sticks so that they can call for attention if they have emergency situations being held back by traffic. Light sticks can also be used by drivers to get help if they are stuck or are unsure about the route they are taking.
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