The city estimates around 34 miles of streets will be repaved.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The City of Pittsburgh expects to begin work today on an almost $16 million project for street resurfacing.

This year, the city will make repairs and upgrade ADA curb ramps throughout the city.

The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure says about 34 miles of streets will be repaved.

Residents will be notified when they need to move their vehicles.

A full schedule for the repaving project can be found here.