After months of traffic being squeezed through cattle chutes, concrete barriers on Route 30's Wrights Ferry Bridge over the Susquehanna River were removed this week. Traffic patterns were back to normal Friday.

But there's still more work to do on the $9.3 million bridge rehabilitation project, and the state's Department of Transportation said motorists could encounter single-lane traffic restrictions in one or both directions during daytime, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., and overnight between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Crews are working on bridge joints and fixing damage caused by two truck crashes. The project started early last year and was scheduled to be finished this month. However, the added repairs needed from the truck crashes might extend the completion date to spring.

Drivers can view images of traffic patterns and conditions on the bridge by visiting