It is weather that many thought we’d seen the last of for the season, but road crews with PennDOT and the City of Pittsburgh spent the day prepping for another round of snow.
Thanks to good weather, the 2012 repaving season has already started here in the City of Pittsburgh. Mayor Luke Ravenstahl announced the city’s capital budget will allow more streets than ever to be repaved under his administration.
After years of neglect, Rosecrest and streets throughout the city have become decayed and potholed, but now that the city is doubling its paving budget to $11 million , this stretch and 60 miles of other streets will get resurfaced this year.
Several months and millions of dollars later, McArdle Roadway near Mount Washington reopened on Monday.
A permanent fix to a sliding hillside along McArdle Roadway is taking a lot longer than expected. Crews have been working on the hillside non-stop since a landslide back in the beginning of January. Unfortunately, that work won’t be ending for at least another month.
The closure of McArdle Roadway is creating some headaches, but that is not the only road on Mount Washington that is off limits right now.
Road crews are gearing up for the blast of winter weather expected to head this way this evening.
Road crews are not letting the recent mild weather prevent them from making preparations for the winter weather expected to start tonight.
The latest landslide on McArdle Roadway on Mount Washington continues to keep the busy local street closed today; and as it turns out, the damage is worse than first thought.
Road crews are keeping a close eye on the weather today. They are already prepping for the ice and snow mixture that’s set to move into the area this evening.
While the thunderstorm didn’t last long Monday night as it swept through town, the damage it left behind will impact rush hour traffic for more than a week to come.
A patch problem has people in one local neighborhood fired up. Last month, KDKA showed you how patch that the city had used to fill street cracks in Lincoln Place was coming up in gooey clumps.
City streets, full of potholes in desperate need of paving, but before even one ounce of asphalt goes down this summer – there’s already a paving predicament. The Ravenstahl Administration submitted its list of summer road repaving projects to City Council over the weekend, and it’s raising concerns about whether politics is dictating what gets paved.
A routine street patching job in one city neighborhood is literally peeling apart at the seams. Now, officials with the city say crews will fix the problem.
It might make a lot of people angry to learn one city council member may be diverting money for paving into pet projects.