PennDOT District 11 is announcing an overnight ramp closures on I-376 in Robinson, North Fayette and Moon townships, Allegheny County, will continue Tuesday night, September 29 weather permitting.
Milling and paving operations, requiring closures and detours, will occur from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. on the following ramps:
- Eastbound I-376 off-ramp to Montour Run Road
- Montour Run Road on-ramp to eastbound I-376
- Robinson Town Centre on-ramp to eastbound I-376
Ramp traffic will be detoured. The ramps will not close simultaneously.
Eastbound I-376 Off-ramp to Montour Run Road
- Continue eastbound on I-376 past the closed ramp
- Take the ramp to Robinson Town Centre Boulevard (Exit 59)
- Turn left onto Summit Park Drive
- Turn left onto Park Manor Boulevard
- Follow Park Manor Boulevard to Montour Run Road
- End detour
Montour Run Road On-ramp to Eastbound I-376
- From Montour Run Road, take the ramp to westbound I-376 toward the airport
- Take the West Business Loop 376 ramp (Exit 57) toward Moon
- Take the Ewing Road exit
- At the stop sign, turn left onto Ewing Road
- Take the roundabout to the ramp to East Business Loop 376
- Take the East 376 ramp toward Montour Run Road/Pittsburgh
- Follow eastbound I-376 back to the Montour Run Road interchange
- End detour
Robinson Town Centre On-ramp to Eastbound I-376
- From Summit Park Drive, take the westbound I-376 ramp toward the airport
- Take the Montour Run Road (Exit 58) off-ramp
- From the off-ramp, bear right toward Cliff Mine Road
- Take the ramp to eastbound I-376 toward Pittsburgh
- Follow I-376 eastbound back to the Robinson Town Centre Boulevard interchange
- End detour
This $7.93 million improvement project includes milling and paving, concrete patching, drainage improvements, guiderail updates, median barrier replacement, sign improvements, pavement marking installation, and other miscellaneous construction activities. Additionally, overnight and weekend work will occur on 13 ramps through the corridor. Overnight and weekend closures with detours will occur on the ramps.
Lindy Paving, Inc. is the prime contractor. The overall project is anticipated to conclude in December 2020.
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