Squirrel Hill Tunnel
The closure of the Squirrel Hill tunnel is taking its effect on Parkway drivers.
The Squirrel Hill Tunnel may not be closing this weekend, but PennDOT will still be working on some projects, affecting traffic.
The Squirrel Hill Tunnel will not close this weekend with cold temperatures expected.
The outbound side of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel will be closed from 11 p.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Monday.
Mild temperatures are on tap for the weekend and road crews will be taking full advantage of the weather.
If your weekend plans include a trip on the Parkway East, you may want to reconsider or at least allow for lots of extra time.
Get ready for another frustrating weekend on the parkway east.
Now that October is here, it’s going to be even more challenging to navigate your way through town. On the list of projects is Boulevard of the Allies.
While it remained open this past weekend, reconstruction of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel has been causing drivers a lot of headaches over the past few weeks. Since PennDOT started its weekend closures of this tunnel a consistent question persists. Why are they taking out the false ceiling?
Are you wondering how PennDOT is able to raise the roof on the Squirrel Hill Tunnels? KDKA AM’s Larry and John found a neat website that helps answer the question.
PennDOT kept its promise. The inbound lanes of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel were closed for the weekend on Friday evening.
If you travel the Parkway East or live in the city’s East End, a continuing road construction project could tie up traffic in that area this weekend.
Commuters that use the Squirrel Hill Tunnels can forget about using the radio and cell phones at least through 2014 while construction is going on.
PennDOT will begin a major renovation project on the Squirrel Hill Tunnel tonight, which means there will be some impact on traffic.
An accident in the Squirrel Hill Tunnel tied up traffic Sunday afternoon.