PennDOT District 11 is announcing ramp closures at the I-376 McClaren Road interchange (Exit 56) in Findlay Township, Allegheny County, will begin Monday morning, September 17 weather permitting.

The following ramps will close to traffic from 6 a.m. on Monday continuously through Thursday, November 15:

  • Eastbound I-376 off-ramp to McClaren Road
  • Eastbound I-376 on-ramp from McClaren Road

Crews from Golden Triangle Construction will conduct ramp reconstruction work.  Traffic will be detoured.

Posted Detours

Eastbound I-376 on-ramp from McClaren Road

  • From McClaren Road, take the ramp to westbound I-376 toward the Airport
  • Take the Clinton (Exit 52) off-ramp
  • Turn left onto Clinton Road and take the ramp to eastbound I-376 Airport/Pittsburgh
  • Follow eastbound I-376 back to the closed ramp
  • End detour

Eastbound I-376 off-ramp to McClaren Road

  • From eastbound I-376 continue past the closed ramp
  • Take the ramp to Business Loop 376 West (Exit 57) toward Moon
  • Take the ramp to Ewing Road
  • Turn left onto Ewing Road
  • Take the roundabout to the eastbound Business Loop 376 ramp
  • Take the ramp to 376 West/PA Turnpike 576 toward the Airport
  • Follow 376 westbound back to McClaren Road
  • Take the McClaren Road (Exit 56) off-ramp
  • End detour

McClaren Road and the westbound I-376 on and off-ramps will remain open.

Motorists should use caution when traveling through the area.

To help keep motorists informed as work progresses, PennDOT has created an email distribution list for I-376 Parkway West traffic advisories and construction updates. Enroll by sending email addresses to Please write “Subscribe – Parkway West” in the subject line.

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