After months of delays because of inflation, plans to protect the Miller’s Run Covered Bridge could be fast-tracked. The Select Board on Monday expressed willingness to install clearance barriers after the bridge was once again struck by an oversized vehicle over the weekend. Last year the Select Board agreed to install steel barriers on either end of the bridge, to prevent vehicles that exceed the 11-foot-9 height limit from colliding with the historic 144-year-old span. The project was shelved due to a 200-percent increase in steel prices. It hadn’t been discussed since March, but was revisited this week after an oversized 2022 Penske Truck barreled through the bridge on Saturday. The barriers were deemed necessary because tall vehicles frequently collide with the bridge despite signage in both directions. It was struck three times in 2021.