PennDOT District 11 is announcing single-lane restrictions on the $34.34 million Route 28 improvement project in East Deer and Harrison townships and Tarentum and Brackenridge boroughs, Allegheny County, will resume Monday, March 11 weather permitting.
Single-lane restrictions will resume Monday as crews continue guiderail installation, cable barrier installation, grading operations, drainage improvements, sign upgrades and other miscellaneous construction activities. Restrictions will occur through late May.
The project will include weekday single-lane restrictions during daylight off-peak and overnight hours on mainline Route 28. No lane restrictions will occur during peak travel hours:
- Southbound – No lane restrictions will occur from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m.
- Northbound – No lane restrictions will occur from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Additionally, weekend lane restrictions will occur as needed from 7 p.m. Friday nights through 2 p.m. Monday afternoons. Southbound lanes will be open by 5 a.m. Monday morning.
The overall project includes concrete patching, an asphalt overlay, bridge preservation work, drainage and guiderail improvements, installation of a new automatic bridge de-icing system, lighting upgrades, and other miscellaneous construction activities. The project runs between Butler County and the structures spanning Bailies Run Road in East Deer Township.
Lindy Paving is the prime contractor.
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