Watch CBS News

I-95 livestream: How to watch the work to repair collapsed interstate bridge in Philadelphia

UPDATE: PennDOT ended the I-95 livestream after the temporary roadway opened for traffic on June 23, just 12 days after the bridge collapse. For more updates, visit

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- A livestream to watch the work to repair I-95 in Philadelphia is now online if you want to check it out.

Crews are working to repair I-95 after a tanker truck hauling gasoline crashed and caught fire last Sunday, causing a portion of the highway to collapse.

UPDATE: Collapsed portion of I-95 will reopen within 2 weeks, Shapiro says

Traffic is now being diverted around the closed-off portion of the highway.

Meanwhile, workers are working around the clock at the collapse site. They cleared out the old lanes and then, began filling in the gap with a material made from recycled glass by Delaware County-based Aero Aggregates.

That bed of recycled material is being topped off with a temporary roadway to get traffic moving again.

The stream showed crews starting to pave the lanes on the temporary roadway.  

How to watch the I-95 construction livestream

As promised in a news conference, you can now watch the construction live 24/7 on PennDOT's website.

You can now watch a livestream showing the work being done to repair the collapsed portion of I-95. The stream is being hosted on the Pennsylvania state Department of Transportation website. PennDOT

We've also got the stream playing at the top of this article.

Social media users joked that bars should start hosting watch parties or keep this on a TV so patrons can see the progress. Not a bad idea!

View CBS News In
CBS News App Open
Chrome Safari Continue
Be the first to know
Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting.