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Southbound I-79, Route 60 Steubenville Pike Traffic Stoppages Thursday in Allegheny County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing intermittent traffic stoppages on southbound I-79 and Steubenville Pike (Route 60) in Robinson Township, Allegheny County, will occur Thursday, June 13 weather permitting.

Traffic stoppages of 15 minutes or less will occur as needed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday on southbound I-79 just before the Route 60 South/Crafton (Exit 60A) off-ramp and in both directions on Steubenville Pike (Route 60) at the I-79 north/south interchange. Crews will conduct jacking operations.

Work on this $14.97 million highway restoration project in Robinson and Kennedy townships began in early April 2024. The project begins at the I-376 Airport/Pittsburgh (Exit 59 A/B) interchange and continues approximately one-half mile north of the Route 60 Moon Run/Crafton (Exit 60 A/B) interchange. The work includes concrete pavement patching, guide rail and cable barrier replacement, highway lighting and signing updates, drainage work, pavement markings and other miscellaneous construction activities on mainline I-79 and ten ramps (four at the I-376 interchange and six ramps at the Route 60 interchange). There will be bridge preservation work on six structures (northbound and southbound I-79 bridges over I-376, Route 60, and Campbells Run Road), including concrete deck overlays, replacement of seals at expansion dams and deck joints, substructure concrete repairs, cleaning of bridge bearings and spot painting of the northbound and southbound I-79 steel I-beam bridges over I-376. The majority of the roadway work along mainline I-79 will be performed under short-term, single-lane closures during nighttime restrictions. There will be long-term lane restrictions in place for the bridge work, including six weekend-long lane restrictions. Additionally, there will be milling and paving operations on Route 60 between Lorish Road and Old Steubenville Pike, preservation work of six existing sign structures (one on northbound I-79 and five on southbound I-79) as well as concrete repairs and scour protection of two arch culverts underneath mainline I-79 and several ramps.  The project is anticipated to conclude in the late spring of 2025.

The prime contractor is Golden Triangle Construction Company, Inc. Work on this project will be coordinated with other projects in the area.


Route 50 Washington Pike Single-lane Restrictions Extended in Collier Township

PennDOT District 11 is announcing utility relocation work on Route 50 (Washington Pike) in Collier Township, Allegheny County, will continue next week, June 10-14 weather permitting.

Single-lane restrictions will occur as needed on Route 50 in the westbound direction between the I-79 interchange and Vanadium Road for utility relocation work through Friday, June 14. Restrictions will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.

Motorists should be prepared for changing traffic patterns. Please use caution when driving through the area. Work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility.

Work on this $5.61 million widening project began in November 2022. Work in 2024 includes roadway widening to accommodate exclusive left turn lanes at the Washington Pike (Route 50) intersection with Vanadium Road. Additionally, the Washington Pike and Vanadium Road intersection will be modified to a standard plus intersection, eliminating the existing dual driveways at Eat’n Park. The restaurant will be relocated further back from the roadway to allow for the roadway widening and intersection improvements. Other work includes new sidewalks, updated ADA curb ramps, traffic signal upgrades, signing and pavement marking updates, drainage guide rail work, and other miscellaneous construction. Motorists will see single-lane restrictions with one lane of traffic maintained in each direction at all times. The turn lane and other modifications at the Vanadium Road intersection are expected to help alleviate congestion in this area. 


Southbound I-79, Route 60 Steubenville Pike Traffic Stoppages Monday in Allegheny County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing intermittent traffic stoppages on southbound I-79 and Steubenville Pike (Route 60) in Robinson Township, Allegheny County, will occur Monday, June 10 weather permitting.

Traffic stoppages of 15 minutes or less will occur as needed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday on southbound I-79 just before the Route 60 South/Crafton (Exit 60A) off-ramp and in both directions on Steubenville Pike (Route 60) at the I-79 north/south interchange. Crews will conduct jacking operations.

Work on this $14.97 million highway restoration project in Robinson and Kennedy townships will begin in early April 2024. The project begins at the I-376 Airport/Pittsburgh (Exit 59 A/B) interchange and continues approximately one-half mile north of the Route 60 Moon Run/Crafton (Exit 60 A/B) interchange. The work includes concrete pavement patching, guide rail and cable barrier replacement, highway lighting and signing updates, drainage work, pavement markings and other miscellaneous construction activities on mainline I-79 and ten ramps (four at the I-376 interchange and six ramps at the Route 60 interchange). There will be bridge preservation work on six structures (northbound and southbound I-79 bridges over I-376, Route 60, and Campbells Run Road), including concrete deck overlays, replacement of seals at expansion dams and deck joints, substructure concrete repairs, cleaning of bridge bearings and spot painting of the northbound and southbound I-79 steel I-beam bridges over I-376. The majority of the roadway work along mainline I-79 will be performed under short-term, single-lane closures during nighttime restrictions. There will be long-term lane restrictions in place for the bridge work, including six weekend-long lane restrictions. Additionally, there will be milling and paving operations on Route 60 between Lorish Road and Old Steubenville Pike, preservation work of six existing sign structures (one on northbound I-79 and five on southbound I-79) as well as concrete repairs and scour protection of two arch culverts underneath mainline I-79 and several ramps.  The project is anticipated to conclude in the late spring of 2025.

The prime contractor is Golden Triangle Construction Company, Inc. Work on this project will be coordinated with other projects in the area.


Southbound I-79 Weekend Single-lane Restriction in Allegheny County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing a single-lane restriction on southbound Interstate 79 in Robinson and Kennedy townships, Allegheny County will begin Friday, June 7 weather permitting.

A southbound lane restriction on I-79 between the Route 60 Moon Run/Crafton (Exit 60 A/B) and the I-376 Airport/Pittsburgh (Exit 59 A/B) interchanges will occur around-the-clock beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, June 7 and remain in place through 6 a.m. Monday, June 10. Crews will conduct concrete patching work. The southbound on and off ramps will remain open. The restriction could be lifted earlier if work is completed sooner.
Work on this $14.97 million highway restoration project in Robinson and Kennedy townships began in early April. The project begins at the I-376 Airport/Pittsburgh (Exit 59 A/B) interchange and continues approximately one-half mile north of the Route 60 Moon Run/Crafton (Exit 60 A/B) interchange. Work includes concrete pavement patching, guide rail and cable barrier replacement, highway lighting and signing updates, drainage work, pavement markings and other miscellaneous construction activities on mainline I-79 and ten ramps (four at the I-376 interchange and six ramps at the Route 60 interchange). There will be bridge preservation work on six structures (northbound and southbound I-79 bridges over I-376, Route 60, and Campbells Run Road), including concrete deck overlays, replacement of seals at expansion dams and deck joints, substructure concrete repairs, cleaning of bridge bearings and spot painting of the northbound and southbound I-79 steel I-beam bridges over I-376. The majority of the roadway work along mainline I-79 will be performed under short-term, single-lane closures during nighttime restrictions. There will be long-term lane restrictions in place for the bridge work, including six weekend-long lane restrictions. Additionally, there will be milling and paving operations on Route 60 between Lorish Road and Old Steubenville Pike, preservation work of six existing sign structures (one on northbound I-79 and five on southbound I-79) as well as concrete repairs and scour protection of two arch culverts underneath mainline I-79 and several ramps.  The project is anticipated to conclude in the late spring of 2025.


Northbound I-79 Local Lane Closure Friday, Saturday in Allegheny County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing the closure of a single northbound lane on I-79 and the on and off ramps at the Route 51/Coraopolis/McKees Rocks (Exit 64) interchange as part of the I-79 “S-Bend” project in Kennedy, Robinson, and Neville townships, and Glenfield Borough, Allegheny County will occur Friday and Saturday, June 7-8 weather permitting.

There will be a closure of the northbound local lane for crews to conduct line eradication and paint work beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, June 7 through 11 a.m. Saturday, June 8. All northbound I-79 traffic will use the crossed over express lane (left-hand lane) while the local lane is closed. When work is completed, the new traffic configuration in the local lane will shift motorists into the right-hand lane.

Additionally, the ramps carrying traffic from northbound I-79 to Route 51/Coraopolis/McKees Rocks (Exit 64) and traffic from Route 51 to northbound I-79 will close to traffic to allow crews to conduct concrete pavement work and line painting to prepare for a lane shift according to the following schedule:

Northbound I-79 to Route 51/Coraopolis/McKees Rocks (Exit 64)

Will close to traffic beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, June 7 continuously through 5 p.m. Saturday, June 8

Ramp traffic will be detoured

Route 51 to northbound I-79

Will close to traffic beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, June 7 continuously through 11 a.m. Saturday, June 8

Ramp traffic will be detoured

Posted Detours

Northbound I-79 to Route 51/Coraopolis/McKees Rocks (Exit 64)

Head north on I-79 past the closed ramp

Take the Neville Island (Exit 65) exit

Turn left onto Grand Avenue

Continue across the Coraopolis Bridge to Route 51

End Detour

Route 51 to northbound I-79

From the closed ramp, head north on Route 51

Turn right and cross the Coraopolis Bridge

Continue along Grand Avenue

Take the ramp to northbound I-79 toward Erie

End Detour


Route 60 Steubenville Pike Shoulder Reconstruction Begins Monday in Robinson Township

PennDOT District 11 is announcing shoulder reconstruction work in Robinson Township, Allegheny County will begin Monday, June 10 weather permitting.

Lane restrictions will occur on Steubenville Pike between Lorish Road and West Windhaven Road daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Friday, June 21 to allow crews to conduct shoulder reconstruction work. Crews from A. Liberoni, Inc. will conduct the repair work.

Please use caution while driving through the area.  Work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility


Route 3031 Prestley Road Slide Repair Starts Wednesday in Collier Township

PennDOT is announcing slide repair work on Route 3031 (Prestley Road) in Collier Township, Allegheny County will begin Wednesday, June 5 weather permitting.

Slide repair work and drainage improvements requiring the closure of a portion of Prestley Road will begin at 7 a.m. Wednesday. To allow the work to occur, an around-the-clock closure of Prestley Road between Jones Road and Thoms Run Road will occur through late June. Traffic will be detoured.

Posted Detour

North of the Closure

Follow Thoms Run Road westbound to Presto Sygan Road

Turn left onto Presto Sygan Road

Turn left onto Millers Run Road

Turn left onto Route 50

Turn left onto Washington Pike (Route 50)

Follow Washington Pike back to Prestley Road

End detour

South of the Closure

Same detour in the opposite direction

Crews from A. Liberoni, Inc. will conduct the work. Please use caution when traveling through the corridor.


Route 30 Lincoln Highway Roadway Improvement Work Begins Monday in Allegheny County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing roadway improvement work on Lincoln Highway (Route 30) in North Fayette and Findlay townships, Allegheny County will begin Monday, June 3 weather permitting.

Single-lane alternating traffic restrictions with flaggers will occur on Lincoln Highway between Chiri Lane in North Fayette Township and the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Findlay Township from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday through the end of June. 

Crews from A. Liberoni, Inc. will conduct drainage work.

Improvement work on this $5.63 million group paving job includes concrete base repairs, asphalt overlay, and other various construction related activities.  Additional details will be provided in advance of the work.


Route 3104 McKees Rocks Bridge, Route 65 Intersection Overnight Restrictions Monday and Tuesday Night in Pittsburgh

PennDOT District 11 is announcing lane closures on Route 65 toward Route 3104 (McKees Rocks Bridge) in the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County will occur Monday and Tuesday night, June 3-4 weather permitting.

The left turning lane from northbound Route 65 to the McKees Rocks Bridge will close to traffic nightly from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. on Monday and Tuesday. Additionally, during the same time, a single-lane closure will occur on southbound Route 65 at the intersection of the McKees Rocks Bridge. Traffic will still be able to turn onto the bridge from either direction on Route 65. Crews will perform work to remove mountable curb at the intersection for a future phase of the project.

The $38.6 million McKees Rocks Bridge preservation project extends between Route 51 (Island Avenue) and Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard) and includes sidewalk replacement, sidewalk support steel repairs, sidewalk railing painting, full-depth concrete pavement reconstruction of the road and two ramps at Helen Street, ADA curb ramp installation, approach pavement work at intersections of Routes 65 and 51, barrier replacement and upgrade, deck overhang and spall repair, railroad fencing installation, and other miscellaneous construction. As work occurs, traffic will be reduced to a single lane in each direction. The overall project is anticipated to conclude in the fall of 2025.

The Brayman Construction Corporation and Advantage Steel and Construction, LLC are the prime contractor.

To help keep motorists informed as work progresses, PennDOT has created an email distribution list for the McKees Rocks Bridge preservation including traffic advisories and construction updates. Enroll by sending email addresses to ymanyisha@pa.gov. Please write “Subscribe – McKees Rocks Bridge” in the subject line.


Route 4057 Roosevelt Road Slide Repair Starts Monday in Kilbuck Township

PennDOT is announcing slide repair work on Route 4057 (Roosevelt Road) in Kilbuck Township, Allegheny County will begin Monday, June 3 weather permitting.

Slide repair work, requiring the closure of a portion of Roosevelt Road between Green Vista Drive and Eicher Road, will begin at approximately noon on Monday. To allow the work to occur, an around-the-clock closure of Roosevelt Road will occur through mid-June. Traffic will be detoured.

Posted Detour

North of the Closure

From Roosevelt Road, turn left onto Mt. Nebo Road

Turn left onto the ramp to southbound I-79 toward Washington

Take the Emsworth/Sewickley (Exit 66) off-ramp

Turn left onto Glenfield Road

Glenfield Road becomes Kilbuck Street

Turn left onto the ramp to southbound Route 65 toward Emsworth

Follow southbound Route 65 back to Roosevelt Road

End detour

South of the Closure

From Roosevelt Road, turn right onto northbound Route 65

Take the left-lane off-ramp to North 79 toward Erie

Turn right onto Kilbuck Street

Take the ramp to northbound I-79 toward Erie

Take the Mt. Nebo Road (Exit 68) off-ramp

Turn right onto Mt. Nebo Road

Follow Mt. Nebo Road back to Roosevelt Road

End detour


McKeesport-Duquesne Bridge Survey Work Starts Monday in Allegheny County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing survey activities on the McKeesport-Duquesne Bridge, which carries Route 2114 over the Monongahela River in the cities of Duquesne and McKeesport, Allegheny County will start Monday, June 3 weather permitting.

Lane narrowing will occur on the McKeesport-Duquesne Bridge weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Friday, June 14. Crews from Monaloh Basin Engineers will conduct survey work.

Please use caution if traveling on the bridge. Work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility.


Route 3103 McKee Road Improvements Begin Next Week in North Fayette Township

PennDOT District 11 is announcing roadway improvement work on McKee Road (Route 3103) in North Fayette Township, Allegheny County will begin Tuesday, May 28 weather permitting.

Single-lane alternating traffic restrictions with flaggers will occur on McKee Road between Route 978 (Oakdale Road) and Steubenville Pike (Route 3066) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day through Friday, May 31. Crews from A. Liberoni, Inc. will conduct pipe cleaning work.

Improvement work on this $5.63 million group paving job includes concrete base repairs, asphalt overlay, and other various construction related activities.  Overnight work is expected to begin on Friday night, May 31.  Additional details will be provided in advance of the work.


I-79 Overnight Lane Restrictions Continue Tuesday in Allegheny County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing overnight lane restrictions on Interstate 79 in Robinson and Kennedy townships, Allegheny County will continue Tuesday, May 28 weather permitting.

Overnight single-lane restrictions will continue in both directions of I-79 between the I-376 Airport/Pittsburgh (Exit 59 A/B) interchange and approximately one-half mile north of the Route 60 Moon Run/Crafton (Exit 60 A/B) interchange from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. each weeknight to allow crews to conduct concrete repairs, saw cutting, and other miscellaneous construction work. These restrictions will occur as needed through the end of 2024.

Work on this $14.97 million highway restoration project in Robinson and Kennedy townships began in early April 2024. The project begins at the I-376 Airport/Pittsburgh (Exit 59 A/B) interchange and continues approximately one-half mile north of the Route 60 Moon Run/Crafton (Exit 60 A/B) interchange. The work includes concrete pavement patching, guide rail and cable barrier replacement, highway lighting and signing updates, drainage work, pavement markings and other miscellaneous construction activities on mainline I-79 and ten ramps (four at the I-376 interchange and six ramps at the Route 60 interchange). There will be bridge preservation work on six structures (northbound and southbound I-79 bridges over I-376, Route 60, and Campbells Run Road), including concrete deck overlays, replacement of seals at expansion dams and deck joints, substructure concrete repairs, cleaning of bridge bearings and spot painting of the northbound and southbound I-79 steel I-beam bridges over I-376. The majority of the roadway work along mainline I-79 will be performed under short-term, single-lane closures during nighttime restrictions. There will be long-term lane restrictions in place for the bridge work, including six weekend-long lane restrictions. Additionally, there will be milling and paving operations on Route 60 between Lorish Road and Old Steubenville Pike, preservation work of six existing sign structures (one on northbound I-79 and five on southbound I-79) as well as concrete repairs and scour protection of two arch culverts underneath mainline I-79 and several ramps.  The project is anticipated to conclude in the late spring of 2025.

The prime contractor is Golden Triangle Construction Company, Inc. Work on this project will be coordinated with other projects in the area.

To help keep motorists informed as work progresses, PennDOT has created an email distribution list for I-79 traffic advisories and construction updates. Enroll by sending email addresses to nhaney@pa.gov. Please write “Subscribe – I-79” in the subject line.


Route 3104 McKees Rocks Bridge Eastbound Ramp Closures Begin Next Week in McKees Rocks

PennDOT District 11 is announcing eastbound ramp closures on Route 3014 (McKees Rocks Bridge) in McKees Rocks Borough, Allegheny County will begin Monday, May 20 weather permitting.

Starting at 6:30 a.m. Monday, a full closure of the eastbound McKees Rocks Bridge ramps to and from Helen Street will occur through late July. Crews will perform work to replace the pavement on each ramp. A single lane of traffic will be maintained on the bridge in each direction.

Traffic on the closed ramps will be detoured.

Posted Detour
Route 51 to Helen Street

From the intersection of Route 51 (Island Avenue) and the McKees Rocks Bridge, continue southbound on Route 51
Turn left on Chartiers Ave/Linden Street
Turn left on Stanhope Street
Turn right onto Route 51 (West Carson Street)
Continue left, following signs for southbound Route 19/Route 51/westbound I-376
Bear right onto Steuben Street
Follow signs for southbound Route 19/Route 51/westbound I-376
Bear left onto South Main Street
Continue in the middle lane and follow signs for northbound West End Bridge/North Shore/I-279/Route 19
Bear left to the West End Circle, then quickly bear right onto the West End Bridge
Turn left onto northbound Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard)/Chateau Street
Bear left to stay on northbound Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard)
Turn left onto the McKees Rocks Bridge
Take the ramp to Helen Street
End Detour
 
Helen Street to Route 65

From Helen Street, take the westbound ramp to McKees Rocks Bridge towards Route 51 (Island Avenue)
Turn left on Route 51 (Island Avenue)
Turn left on Chartiers Ave/Linden Street
Turn left on Stanhope Street
Turn right onto Route 51 (West Carson Street)
Continue left, following signs for southbound Route 19/Route 51/westbound I-376
Bear right onto Steuben Street
Follow signs for southbound Route 19/Route 51/westbound I-376
Bear left onto South Main Street
Continue in the middle lane and follow signs for northbound West End Bridge/North Shore/I-279/Route 19
Bear left to the West End Circle, then quickly bear right onto the West End Bridge
Turn left onto northbound Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard)/Chateau Street
Bear left to stay on northbound Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard)
End Detour
 
The eastbound sidewalk along the bridge will remain closed to pedestrians, directing pedestrians to utilize the westbound sidewalk.

The $38.6 million McKees Rocks Bridge preservation project extends between Route 51 (Island Avenue) and Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard) and includes sidewalk replacement, sidewalk support steel repairs, sidewalk railing painting, full-depth concrete pavement reconstruction of the road and two ramps at Helen Street, ADA curb ramp installation, approach pavement work at intersections of Routes 65 and 51, barrier replacement and upgrade, deck overhang and spall repair, railroad fencing installation, and other miscellaneous construction. As work occurs, traffic will be reduced to a single lane in each direction. The overall project is anticipated to conclude in the fall of 2025.

The Brayman Construction Corporation and Advantage Steel and Construction, LLC are the prime contractor.

To help keep motorists informed as work progresses, PennDOT has created an email distribution list for the McKees Rocks Bridge preservation including traffic advisories and construction updates. Enroll by sending email addresses to ymanyisha@pa.gov. Please write “Subscribe – McKees Rocks Bridge” in the subject line.


Route 51 McGovern Boulevard Gas Line Work Starts Monday in Crescent Township

PennDOT District 11 is announcing gas line work on McGovern Boulevard (Route 51) in Crescent Township, Allegheny County will begin Monday, May 13 weather permitting.

Single-lane alternating traffic will occur on Route 51 between Purdy Road and Spring Run Road weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and weeknights 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. through late June. Flaggers will assist motorists through the work zone.

Crews from Wilson contracting will conduct gas line repair work.


Route 50 Washington Pike Long-Term Single-Lane Restriction Begins Tuesday Night in Collier Township

PennDOT District 11 is announcing a long-term single-lane restriction on Washington Pike (Route 50) in Collier Township, Allegheny County will begin tonight, Tuesday evening, April 16 weather permitting.

The single-lane restriction will occur on westbound Washington Pike (Route 50) between the I-79 interchange and Commercial Drive beginning at approximately 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 16. The single-lane restriction will remain in place around-the-clock through late July to allow crews to perform drainage upgrades, roadway widening and sidewalk work, and ADA curb ramp improvements. The sidewalk will be closed, and pedestrians will utilize a temporary pedestrian pathway. There will be directional detour signs along the route.

Please use caution when driving through the area. Work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility.

Work on this $5.61 million widening project began in November 2022. Work in 2024 will include roadway widening to accommodate exclusive left turn lanes at the Washington Pike (Route 50) intersection with Vanadium Road. Additionally, the Washington Pike and Vanadium Road intersection will be modified to a standard plus intersection, eliminating the existing dual driveways at Eat’n Park. The restaurant will be relocated further back from the roadway to allow for the roadway widening and intersection improvements. Other work includes new sidewalks, updated ADA curb ramps, traffic signal upgrades, signing and pavement marking updates, drainage guide rail work, and other miscellaneous construction. Motorists will see single-lane restrictions with one lane of traffic maintained in each direction at all times. The turn lane and other modifications at the Vanadium Road intersection are expected to help alleviate congestion in this area. The overall project is anticipated to conclude in late 2024. 


Rochester-Monaca Bridge Preservation Preparatory Work to Begin Monday in Beaver County

PennDOT District 11 is announcing the bridge preservation project on the Rochester-Monaca Bridge, which carries Route 18 over the Ohio River, in Rochester and Monaca boroughs, Beaver County will begin on Monday, April 1 weather permitting.

Work on the bridge and surrounding state roads will begin on Monday, April 1 in preparation for the anticipated 67-day closure and detour of the bridge will occur according to the following schedule:

Rochester-Monaca Bridge (Route 18)

Single-lane alternating traffic will occur on the bridge from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays through mid-June for paint containment installation, barrier repairs, and other miscellaneous construction work.

Route 51

Single-lane restrictions will occur on westbound Route 51 in Rochester Borough from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays as needed through late September. Restrictions will occur between the South Route 18/East Route 68 Rochester off-ramp and the North Route 51/West Route 68 Beaver/Chippewa off-ramp for platform installation, downspout work and other miscellaneous construction activities.

Additionally, median island removal work is expected to begin in early April requiring single-lane alternating traffic at the intersection of Seventeenth Street (Route 51) and Pennsylvania Avenue (Route 4044). Details including work hours will be provided in advance of the work.

Additional information will be provided in advance of the 67-day closure and detour of the bridge. All restrictions above will be in place, as needed, until the bridge closure and detour begins.

This $6.69 million project includes bridge preservation work on the Rochester-Monaca Bridge between Atlantic Avenue in Monaca Borough and Pleasant Street in Rochester Borough. Preservation work includes expansion joint replacement, zone painting, concrete deck overlay, downspout repair and replacement, steel and concrete repairs, as well as sidewalk, deck, barrier, and fence repairs, pavement marking upgrades, and other miscellaneous construction activities. Motorists will see a full 67-day closure and detour of the bridge via the Monaca-East Rochester Bridge between June and August 2024. Bicycle and pedestrian access will be maintained during construction. This project is expected to be completed in late 2024. 



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