TRAFFIC: 3-car pile-up snarls Parkway West outbound – Pittsburgh Post

A three-vehicle pile-up on a Parkway West outbound has blocked dual lanes of rush-hour trade this morning.

The pile-up occurred around 7:15 a.m. only before a I-79 rotate during mile pen 64 along a Parkway West/Interstate 376 west, according to PennDOT. It’s not immediately transparent if any injuries were reported.

In other trade news, Parkway East will be sealed from 11 p.m., Friday by 6 a.m., Monday, giving Mosites Heavy Construction about 13 some-more hours to do credentials work for dispersion of a Greenfield Bridge that runs above a highway.

Traffic restrictions:

Oakland Avenue, Oakland — PWSA is formulation to correct a cesspool currently on Oakland Avenue between Sennott and Bates streets between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The travel will be sealed during business hours.

Fort Pitt Tunnel — Overnight closure in a outbound (westbound) Fort Pitt Tunnel 9 p.m., Friday to 6 a.m., Saturday.

McKnight Road — Single line limitation southbound in McCandless by Dec. 23 between Pine Creek Road and Blazier Drive. Crews will control overpass temperament repairs.

Ingomar Road — Single-lane restrictions in both directions in a area of a McKnight Road overpass from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays by Dec. 23.

Corliss Tunnel — Traffic from southbound Route 51 (West Carson Street) will be incompetent to entrance a Corliss Tunnel around-the-clock currently by Dec. 16. Detours will be posted.

Route 50/Noblestown Road — Single-lane swapping trade will start between Mansfield Avenue and Durbin Street for quell and drainage work, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by Dec. 22.

Mt. Lebanon Boulevard — Single-lane swapping trade weekdays, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. by Dec. 16 between Washington Road/Route 19 and Castle Shannon Boulevard.

Hulton Bridge — Motorists are reminded that a recently non-stop Hulton Bridge, that connects Oakmont to Harmar over a Allegheny River, will say a line limitation by a open to erect a final wing wall of a new overpass after a aged overpass is demolished in mid-January.

Wabash Tunnel — All vehicles can use a hovel by Aug 2016.

Second Avenue — Single-lane restrictions weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Second Avenue between Municipal Court Drive and Try Street by Dec. 11 as crews continue consult work on a Liberty Bridge.

Greenfield Bridge — Closed for dual years while a new camber is assembled over a Parkway East/Interstate 376. The bridge, that connects Alger Street in Greenfield with Schenley Park, will be imploded on a parkway in late Dec to make approach for a $17.5 million construction project. The parkway will be sealed for 5 days between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Detours are posted and can also be found, along with a construction schedule, on a Greenfield Bridge Project website of a Oakland Transportation Management Association.

Birmingham Bridge — Single-lane restrictions intermittently via a winter in any instruction of a bridge. At slightest dual lanes will be confirmed in any instruction by a finish of February.

Smithfield Street, Downtown — The apportionment of a travel between Fourth and Fifth avenues open for time being. Then seven-month closure resumes for reformation of a Forbes Avenue and Smithfield intersection. A northbound line and parking line will be sealed from Fourth to Fifth avenues. The southbound bus-only line will sojourn open to accommodate a Port Authority train schedules.

Homestead-Duquesne Road, Munhall — Closed for slope stabilization plan during a Franklin Bend nearby Vondera Street. Completion approaching mid-December.

Route 8, Hampton — Northbound line sealed between Clearview Road and Murray Avenue by mid-December.


Shoppers are reminded that parking is giveaway each Saturday by Dec. 22 in Downtown Pittsburgh during a dozen or so garages operated by a Pittsburgh Parking Authority.

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