YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown Public Works Director Chuck Shasho told WKBN Tuesday that his department is looking for the break in a circuit that has caused lights on the Center Street bridge in Youngstown to turn off.
Shasho said that workers from his department are meeting with a contractor Wednesday to better identify where the break may be.
Shasho said it’s hard to say how long it will take to fix, especially if the road needs to be torn back up again. But the repair could be as short as two days if electrical lines just need re-strung.
A viewer tipped us off to the outage on the bridge, which connects Youngstown South Side with the East Side.
The city told WKBN on Sept. 25 that they expected to have the work done in about a week.