The Roseland Road bridge that crosses Deep Creek west of Aberdeen is scheduled to close Monday, May 21.

A contract crew for the N.C. Department of Transportation will replace the 1950s-era bridge, which has become functionally obsolete for modern traffic and requires expensive maintenance, according to a news release from N.C. Department of Transportation. The new bridge is scheduled to open in September.

detour will route traffic onto Hoffman and Rose Ridge roads.

This is one of two bridges in Moore County being replaced by Dellinger Inc. of Monroe under a $1.2 million contract. The other bridge, on Jackson Springs Road, opened this month.



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