PennDOT District 11 is announcing improvement work on Kittanning Street (Route 1003) in Etna Borough, Allegheny County, will begin Friday, November 20 weather permitting.

Gas line relocation and drainage improvement work will begin at 6 p.m. Friday requiring the closure of a portion of Kittanning Street between Snyder Street and Greismere Street. The closure will be implemented around-the-clock to through traffic continuously through Wednesday, December 23. Local traffic will be permitted.

Posted Detours

North of the Work Zone

  • Travel north on Kittanning Street
  • Turn right onto Sharps Hill Road
  • Turn left onto Seifried Lane
  • Turn left onto Kirkwood Drive
  • Turn right onto Kittanning Pike
  • Kittanning Pike becomes North Canal Street
  • Turn right onto Main Street
  • Bear left onto South Main Street
  • Turn right onto the ramp to North Route 8
  • Follow Route 8 back to Kittanning Street
  • End detour

South of the Work Zone

  • Take Route 8 southbound
  • Take the ramp to Sharpsburg
  • Turn left onto South Main Street
  • Turn right onto Main Street
  • Turn left onto North Canal Street
  • North Canal Street becomes Kittanning Pike
  • Turn left onto Kirkwood Drive
  • Turn right onto Seifried Lane
  • Turn right onto Sharps Hill Road
  • Follow Sharps Hill Road back to Kittanning Street
  • End detour

From Route 28 (either direction)

  • Take the ramp to northbound Route 8
  • Follow Route 8 to Kittanning Street
  • Turn left onto Kittanning Street
  • Turn left onto Butler Street
  • Turn left onto Bridge Street
  • Turn left onto unnamed road (beyond North Main Street
  • Turn right onto North Main Street
  • North Main Street becomes Main Street
  • Turn left onto North Canal Street
  • North Canal Street becomes Kittanning Pike
  • Turn left onto Kirkwood Drive
  • Turn right onto Seifried Lane
  • Turn right onto Sharps Hill Road
  • Follow Sharps Hill Road back to Kittanning Street
  • End detour

Crews from Allison Park Contractors will conduct the drainage improvement work.

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