PennDOT District 11 is announcing a trade settlement change on a Liberty Bridge (Route 3069) in a City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, will start this weekend, Saturday, May 28 by Tuesday morning, May 31.
An altered trade settlement will start on a Liberty Bridge this weekend. Beginning during 5 a.m. Saturday morning, dual outbound (southbound) lanes and one inbound (northbound) line will be confirmed until 5 a.m. Tuesday morning.
This settlement will be implemented to assistance accommodate trade withdrawal a Pittsburgh Penguin’s diversion Monday night.
The $80.08 million Liberty Bridge Rehabilitation Project includes rug deputy and ramp reconstruction, constructional steel repairs, portrayal of a whole structure, petrify repairs, signage improvements and designation of a new swapping beyond line control system. The plan will continue into 2018. Restrictions in 2017 embody 5 weekend and approximately 26 overnight closures of a bridge, an 80 day closure of a Boulevard of a Allies in a overpass area and single-lane restrictions on Second Avenue.
The Joseph B. Fay Company is a primary contractor.
Motorists can check conditions on vital roadways by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA, that is giveaway and permitted 24 hours a day, provides trade check warnings, continue forecasts, trade speed information and entrance to some-more than 770 trade cameras. 511PA is also permitted by a smartphone focus for iPhone and Android devices, by job 5-1-1, or by following informal Twitter alerts permitted on a 511PA website.