As demolition the damaged lanes along I-95 continues, after parts of the highway in Northeast Philadelphia collapsed on Sunday when a tanker truck carrying gasoline exploded along a ramp on Cottman Avenue, officials are prepared to deliver a plan to rebuild the roadway.
On Wednesday at about 11 a.m., Pa. Governor Josh Shapiro is expected to join union leaders at the site of the I-95 collapse to reveal an overall plan — and a timeline — for the reconstruction of I-95.
During a visit to the site with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg on Tuesday, PennDOT’s Mike Carroll promised the agency would deliver a rebuild plan at some point on Wednesday.
NBC10 plans to livestream the governor’s visit and the unveiling of the plan in this story starting at 11.am.