PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The infamous sinkhole that swallowed a Port Authority bus in October is no more.

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  • The sinkhole has been repaired and paved over.

    However, there are still fences blocking the section of Tenth Street downtown and it’s unclear when that section of the road will reopen to traffic.

    Repairs were originally supposed to be completed by last month.