ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – The city of Roseville is warning residents that work on moving the historic Ice House Bridge is beginning Friday morning.

Heavy machinery, including a 550-ton crane, set up shop in downtown Roseville to move the bridge from over Dry Creek to a parking lot on Oak Street where refurbishing work will take place.

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Crews started lifting up the bridge Friday afternoon. It was slowly guided over to the side parking lot where the refurbishing work will begin.

Once completed, the bridge will be moved back to connect two trail segments over Dry Creek and complete a six-mile trail from Sierra College Boulevard to Darling Way.

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No significant traffic delays are expected, but drivers should expect some periodic lane closures.