A construction worker attaches a crane to a metal wall section so it can be hoisted away from the newly built bridge along River Road in Plains Township. The $6.6 million project, which began in 2010, is slated to be completed May 18. The job is being done by Susquehanna Supply of Williamsport. Work included the removal of a steel girder bridge, construction of a box beam bridge and rehabilitation of the masonry arch above Mill Creek. More than 20,500 vehicles a day travel River Street in the area of the Cross-Valley Expressway. To handle traffic during the project, a temporary two-lane bridge and roadway were constructed.