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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) says it’s replacing lead water service lines throughout the city to reduce exposure to lead in drinking water.

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Here’s where PWSA says lead water service lines will be replaced this week:

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• Chaucer Street (Lincoln Avenue – North Lang Avenue)
• Greenwood Street (Chislett Street – Antietam Street)
• Baytree Street (Perrysville Avenue – Evergreen Road)
• Riverview Avenue (Perrysville Avenue – Riverview Park entrance)
• Hemphill Street (Perrysville Avenue – Semicir Street)
• Richey Street (Perrysville Avenue – Ruggles Street)
• Dunlap Street (Perrysville Avenue – Ruggles Street)
• Defoe Street (Hemphill Street – Perrysville Avenue)
• Venture Street (Oklahoma Street – Perrysville Avenue)
• East Street (Evergreen Road – Baytree Street)
• Semicir Street
• Bishop Street (Chislett Street – Antietam Street)
• Standish Street (Chislett Street – Antietam Street)
• Manistee Street (Chislett Street – Antietam Street)
• Jancey Street (Martha Street – Bryant Street)
• Chislett Street (Greenwood Street – Witherspoon Street)
• Antietam Street (Witherspoon Street – Greenwood Street)
• Climax Street (Hartcourt Way – Allen Street)
• Walter Street (East Warrington Avenue – Lillian Way)
• Lillian Street (Beltzhoover Avenue – Arlington Avenue)

PWSA says the schedule is weather-dependent and subject to change.

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For more information, call the PWSA Lead Help Desk at 412-255-8987 or email at