PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — This afternoon’s severe weather is causing travel problems across the area.
According to PennDOT, several roads have been closed because of flooding and downed trees and power lines.READ MORE: FDA Advisors Reject Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots Plan
Also, the nasty storms are creating issues for the Port Authority’s T service.
Here is PennDOT’s list of roadways that have been restricted:
- Route 2046 (Baldwin Road/Streets Run Road) is closed between Brentwood Road in Baldwin Borough and Route 2045 (Mifflin Road) in the City of Pittsburgh
- Route 4022 (Mt. Nebo Road) is closed between Route 4057 (Roosevelt Road) and Cheryl Drive in Ohio Township
- Route 50 is closed between Prestley Road and I-79 in Bridgeville Borough
- Route 3028 (Presto Sygan Road/Walkers Mill Road/Boyds Run Road) is closed between Thoms Run Road and Hilltop Road in Collier Township
- Route 2064 (Lime Hollow Road) is closed between Frankstown Road and Coal Hollow Road in Penn Hills
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- Route 3023 (Park Road/Tank Farm Road) is closed between Hookstown Grade Road and Route 30 (Lincoln Highway) in Independence Township
- Route 3013 (Todd Road/Independence Road) is closed between Bryson Road in Hopewell Township and Route 3022 (Tank Farm Road) in Independence Township
- Route 151 is closed between Route 3023 (Park Road) and Route 3013 (Independence Road) in Independence Township
- Route 3020 (Service Creek Road) is closed between Parrish Drive and Valley View Drive in Hopewell Township
- Route 1006 (Mercer Road) is closed between Route 65 and Harmony Fisher Avenue in Franklin Township
- Route 3015 (Industrial Street) is closed between Eastbrook Road and Industrial Street in Taylor Township
- Route 18 is closed between Reynolds Street and Gardner Avenue in the City of New Castle
- Route 388 is closed between Route 422 in Shenango Township and Old Princeton Road in Slippery Rock Township
Meanwhile, according to the Port Authority, while T service on the Red Line has been restored, Blue Line service remains suspended while crews clear debris.
Riders of buses and the T are advised to expect delays.
As for power outages, as of 6 p.m., Duquesne Light was reporting 2,300 power outages across the area.MORE NEWS: Body Discovered In Westmoreland Co. Park