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SOMERSET TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A section of the Pennsylvania Turnpike will close overnight this weekend for construction.

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The Turnpike will be closed between the New Stanton exit and the Breezewood exit from 11 p.m. Saturday until 6 a.m. Sunday.

Crews will be building a temporary bridge on North Center Avenue over the Turnpike in Somerset County.

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The following detours are recommended:

Eastbound traffic will be exiting the Turnpike at the New Stanton Interchange and be given this suggested detour:
U.S. 119 south (63 miles) to U.S. 40 east to I-68 east (at Cumberland, Maryland) (65 miles) to I-70 west (24 mile). Traffic will reenter the PA Turnpike at the Breezewood Interchange.

Westbound traffic will be exiting the Turnpike at the Breezewood Interchange and be given this suggested detour:
I-70 east (24 miles) to exit 1A (68/40 West, Cumberland, Maryland) (65.5 miles) to exit 14B (Uniontown) following U.S. 40 west to U.S. 119 north (63 miles) to exit 1B (PA Turnpike). Re-enter the PA Turnpike at the New Stanton Interchange.

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Visit patpconstruction.com/mp110/default.aspx for more information.