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The bridge has been closed for major reconstruction since January 1988. It will remain closed for at least another one-and-a-half weeks due to problems with the grounding of light and traffic signal wires, Morasco said. "It is the little things like these that can really cause the last-minute delays," she said. The 94-year old bridge spans the Schuyklill River from 24th to 32nd streets and serves as one of the city's major westbound thoroughfares. -- Matthew Klein

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