The Camino Real bridge, scheduled most recently to reopen June 20, is still closed to vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians while construction teams finish a functional inspection of the $8.9 million project.
Sandra Ospina, the project engineer for Palm Beach County, said on July 1 that no date was scheduled yet for when work would end.
“We do not have a definitive date as of today,” Ospina said. “We are hopeful that the opening will happen towards the end of July.”
The bridge closed to land traffic on April 12, 2018. Crews started working nights in mid-May to meet the anticipated June 20 reopening.
— Steve Plunkett