PennDOT Announces Plan & Timeline For Route 30 Rebuild ProjectPennDOT officials have announced their plans to rebuild Route 30 after a landslide caused a portion of the road to collapse.
Elliott Road Splits In Two, Threatening At Least One HomeIn the Elliott section of Pittsburgh, Lander Street has split into two. Part of the road has dropped several feet and is threatening at least one house.
Additional Rain Heightens Landslide Concerns For Glassport ResidentsHeavy rainfall poured down the hillside in Glassport Monday morning, only heightening residents’ concerns for a potential landslide.
Officials: Landslide Repairs Costing The City An Estimated $12 MillionThe City of Pittsburgh budgeted around $1.2 million for landslide remediation, but with the wet weather Mother Nature has handed us, repairs are costing the city an estimated $12 million.
Glassport Residents Advised To Evacuate As Road Crumbles Down HillsideOrange cones and caution tape line Oregon Street in Glassport, where the road is crumbling down the steep hillside and threatening dozens of homes below.
Gov. Wolf Surveys Route 30 Collapse, Landslide DamageGov. Tom Wolf has toured the site of a landside, which caused the collapse of Route 30 in East Pittsburgh.
PennDOT Meeting With Residents Displaced By Route 30 CollapseTwo apartment buildings in East Pittsburgh have been demolished after a landslide caused a section of Route 30 to collapse.
Eastbound Route 30 Closed To All Traffic In East PittsburghBoth the eastbound and westbound lanes of Route 30 closed in East Pittsburgh starting Friday afternoon.
Crews Working On Fix As Sagging Route 30 Continues To WorsenThe sliding, settling hillside that Route 30 once depended on for support is continuing to sag down the hill towards Electric Avenue.
Commuters Left Frustrated By Route 30 Closure A section of Route 30 remains closed because it is sinking into a hillside in East Pittsburgh.
Landslides Close Portions Of Several Pittsburgh-Area RoadsLandslides around the Pittsburgh area have prompted several road closures.
City's 2018 Landslide Budget Could Reach $12 Million As Rain ContinuesTuesday's rain caused a lot of concern about hillsides that are already pretty unstable.

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