PennDOT District 11 is announcing lane restrictions are underway on Route 2048 (William Penn Highway/Business 22) in Churchill Borough, Wilkins Township, and the Municipality of Monroeville, Allegheny County.
Single-lane restrictions will occur around the clock in the eastbound direction between the outbound (eastbound) I-376 (Parkway East) off-ramp to Business 22/Monroeville (Exit 80) and Rodi Road through late June. Crews will conduct pavement patching operations and drainage repairs.
Work on this $23.84 million William Penn Highway (Business Route 22) preservation and rehabilitation project began in March in Wilkins Township, Churchill Borough, and the Municipality of Monroeville between Huntingdon Drive and Mosside Boulevard. While crews conduct milling and resurfacing, base repairs, curbing, sidewalk, drainage, guide rail, signing, and pavement markings, motorists can expect single-lane closures. Later this year, motorists can expect a crossover implemented between Rodi Road and the Hall Station Bridge for preservation work. Additionally, in 2024 a full closure of the ramp to Monroeville Mall and detour is anticipated for rehabilitation work. Overall work will conclude in the fall of 2024.
Please use caution in the area.
Crews from Golden Triangle Construction will conduct the work.
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