The story of 2015 road construction in PennDOT’s District 11 starts with this:
Emergency retaining-wall repairs temporarily closed a lane of the eastbound Pennsylvania Turnpike near Pittsburgh this morning.
The childhood home of famed playwright August Wilson, in the Hill District, is being restored.
It’s taken over six years and cost more than $100 million, but today, PennDOT and the governor gathered to mark the complete reopening of Route 28.
The end is near for the construction project on Route 28, but not before drivers have to deal with a few more changes.
PennDOT shutdown the Parkway West inbound entirely Thursday around 10:30 p.m. in an attempt to improve safety in the construction zone at night.
Get ready for some major traffic delays as the Parkway West will now be closed overnight.
PennDOT has made its last major move on Route 28 before it finishes construction.
The outbound lanes of the Squirrel Hill tunnel will be closed this weekend.
The outbound Liberty Tunnel will close Friday night at 8 p.m. and remain closed for 16 days.
Construction Jobs are on the rise here in the Pittsburgh region.
Over the seemingly endless life of the Route 28 construction, southbound drivers had endured many changes and overnight Tuesday, it will get messier.
If you’re driving around town this weekend, it’s all about detours and delays.
Drivers in the East End will have to find another way to get around the Squirrel Hill Tunnel this weekend.
Summer construction season is kicking off and it could mean delays for many drivers.