PennDOT District 11 is announcing preparatory roadway improvement work on Route 885 (Lebanon Road), Route 2045 (Mifflin Road), and Route 2040 (Buttermilk Hollow Road) in West Mifflin Borough and the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County will begin Friday, August 2 weather permitting.

Preparatory work, including field assessments, surveys, and general site orientation will begin Friday, August 2 requiring minor intermittent lane restrictions on the following roadways: 

  • Route 885 Lebanon Road between Lebanon Church Road and Mifflin Road
  • Route 2045 Mifflin Road between Lebanon Road and Pittsburgh McKeesport Boulevard
  • Route 2040 Buttermilk Hollow Road between Pittsburgh McKeesport Boulevard and Lebanon Church Road

Improvement work, requiring single-lane alternating traffic, includes milling and paving, base repairs, drainage upgrades. This work is anticipated to begin in late August.  Additional information will be provided with a schedule prior to major work occurring.

The project is part of a $5.86 million group paving job in Allegheny County.  A. Liberoni, Inc. is the prime contractor.

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