By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Those traveling on a portion of Route 51 today can expect a slowdown.

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Because of the “superload”, PennDOT is planning to stop traffic on Route 51 for about 30 minutes.

That will start in Elizabeth Township at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday morning.

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The full route is as follows:

  • Southbound on Lincoln Boulevard (Route 2001)
  • Lincoln Boulevard becomes McKeesport Road (Route 2001)
  • Travel west on North 3rd Avenue (police will assist with a traffic stoppage)
  • Travel on the northbound Route 51 off-ramp in the opposite direction (police will close the ramp)
  • Travel in the southbound direction on Route 51 (Hayden Boulevard) in the northbound lanes (police will stop northbound Route 51 traffic for a short duration)
  • Cross over into the southbound lanes of Route 51 at Route 48 (Scenery Drive) and continue south
  • Eastbound Interstate 70
  • Eastbound Route 31
  • Northbound on Old Route 119 (Route 3093)
  • Old Route 119 becomes Center Avenue (Route 3111)
  • Eastbound on Arona Road (Route 3071)
  • Eastbound on Route 136 to Willow Crossing Road