PennDOT District 11 is announcing the implementation of a height restriction on Route 51 (Coraopolis Road) is underway in Robinson Township, Allegheny County.
Paint containment installation is occurring on the I-79 bridge over Route 51. To allow the paint operations to occur, a 13-foot, 6-inch height restriction has been implemented on Route 51 in both directions under I-79. The height restriction will remain in place around-the-clock through mid-November.
This work is part of the $43.9 million I-79 “S-Bend” Project that includes full-depth pavement reconstruction, bridge preservation work on five mainline structures (I-79 northbound and southbound over Clever Road, I-79 northbound and southbound over Route 51, and the Neville Island Bridge). Additionally, there will be milling and paving of three ramps at the Route 51 (Coraopolis/McKees Rocks) interchange. The project also includes guiderail replacement, highway lighting and signing upgrades, new pavement markings and delineation, and other miscellaneous construction work.
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