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I-376 PARKWAY WEST WEEKEND SCHEDULE APRIL 24-27
FULL INBOUND CLOSURE SATURDAY NIGHT CONTINUOUSLY THROUGH MONDAY MORNING
A full inbound (eastbound) closure and other closures and single-lane restrictions on I-376 (Parkway West) in Scott Township and Rosslyn Farms, Carnegie and Greentree boroughs, Allegheny County, will continue this weekend, Friday night though Monday morning, April 24-27 weather permitting.

Closures and single-lane restrictions will occur on I-376 Parkway West according to the following schedule (the schedule is subject to change):

Outbound (Westbound)

  • Overnight closure from 10 p.m. Friday night to 6 a.m. Saturday morning between the Greentree/Crafton (Exit 67) and I-79 (Exit 64A) interchanges.  Traffic will be detoured.

  • Single-lane restriction from 6 a.m. to noon on Saturday between the Rosslyn Farms (Exit 64B) and I-79 (Exit 64A) interchanges.

  • Single-lane restriction from 10 p.m. Friday night to 6 a.m. Monday morning between the Banksville Road off-ramp (Exit 69A) and the Poplar Street on-ramp.

Inbound (eastbound)

  • Full closure from 10 p.m. Saturday night continuously through 6 a.m. Monday morning between the I-79 (Exit 64A) and Parkway Center (Exit 68) interchanges.  Traffic will be detoured.

  • No inbound work will occur Friday.

Crews from Swank Construction will continue paving operations and pavement marking on inbound (eastbound) I-376.  The work is weather dependent and schedule changes may occur. Crews will also conduct barrier replacement, shoulder reconstruction and bridge rehabilitation work on I-376.  Additionally, work will occur on structures at the Poplar Street and Banksville Road interchanges.

The westbound (outbound) closure will occur between the Greentree/Crafton (Exit 67) and I-79 (Exit 64A) interchanges.

Posted westbound detour (between Greentree and I-79)

Outbound (westbound)

  • Motorists will exit I-376 at the Greentree/Crafton (Exit 67) interchange

  • Bear left to north 121 towards Crafton

  • Turn left onto Mansfield Avenue (Route 3062)

  • Turn left onto Noblestown Road (Route 50)

  • Noblestown Road becomes East Main Street

  • Turn right onto Jane Street

  • Jane Street becomes Mansfield Boulevard

  • Mansfield Boulevard becomes West Main Street

  • Follow West Main Street to I-79

  • Take the ramp to northbound I-79

  • Follow northbound I-79 to I-376

  • End detour

The eastbound (inbound) closure will occur between I-79 (Exit 64A) and Parkway Center (Exit 68) interchanges.

Posted eastbound detour route (between I-79 and Parkway Center)

Inbound (eastbound)

  • Motorists will exit I-376 at the I-79 south (Exit 64A) interchange towards Washington

  • Follow I-79 south to the Carnegie (Exit 57) interchange off-ramp

  • At the end of the off-ramp, turn left onto West Main Street

  • West Main Street becomes Mansfield Boulevard

  • Turn right onto Chestnut Street

  • Turn left onto East Main Street

  • East Main Street becomes Noblestown Road

  • Turn right onto Mansfield Avenue

  • Turn left onto Greentree Road

  • Turn right onto Parkway Center Drive

  • Follow to I-376

  • End detour

EASTBOUND I-376 PARKWAY WEST TEMPORARY RUMBLE STRIP INSTALLATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY NIGHT, APRIL 8, AND CONTINUES THROUGHOUT INBOUND SINGLE-LANE CLOSURES OF FORT PITT TUNNEL

Nightly temporary rumble strip installations on the inbound (eastbound) Parkway West (I-376) approaching the Fort Pitt Tunnel in the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, will begin on  Wednesday night, April 8 in an effort to enhance work zone safety.

Beginning Wednesday night at 10 p.m. and continuing throughout the duration of the inbound single-lane overnight closures of the Fort Pitt Tunnel, crews will install Roadquake 2 temporary rumble strips each night on inbound (eastbound) I-376 Parkway West in the following locations:

  • Just east the Banksville Interchange; and

  • At the mouth of the Fort Pitt Tunnel.

Installation and removal of the temporary rumble strips will occur in conjunction with the nightly single-lane closures of the inbound Fort Pitt Tunnel. Crews from Mosites Construction Company will conduct 5-10 minute full traffic stoppages of the inbound (eastbound) Parkway West (I-376) at 10 p.m. each night for installation and just before 6 a.m. for removal.

Roadquake 2 temporary rumble strips are 45 inches long, 13 inches wide, weigh 35 pounds each and are three-fourths of an inch thick.  Three sections make up one 11 foot rumble strip. The strips can accommodate highway speeds and temperatures from zero to 180 degrees.

Signage will be posted alerting motorists of rumble strip placement.

CARNEGIE INTERCHANGE RAMPS TO CLOSE LONG-TERM AT I-376 PARKWAY WEST FROM MONDAY, MARCH 2 – LATE DECEMBER 2015
The long-term closure of the Carnegie (Exit 65) Interchange ramps at I-376 Parkway West in Carnegie Borough and Scott Township, Allegheny County begins Monday night, March 2 at 10 p.m.  The ramps will remain closed continuously through late December.  All traffic will be detoured.

POSTED DETOURS FOR CARNEGIE INTERCHANGE
Eastbound (Inbound) I-376 Off-Ramp

  • Take the I-79 (Exit 64-A) exit and follow towards Washington South I-79

  • Follow I-79 southbound and take the Carnegie (Exit 57) exit

  • Turn left onto West Main Street (Route 3048)

  • West Main Street becomes Mansfield Boulevard (Route 3056)

  • Follow Mansfield Avenue into Carnegie

  • End detour

ALTERNATE ROUTE

  • Take the Greentree/Mt. Lebanon (Exit 67) off-ramp 

  • Turn left onto Greentree Road

  • Turn left onto Mansfield Avenue

  • Turn left onto Noblestown Road

  • Noblestown Road becomes East Main Street

  • End detour

Westbound (Outbound) I-376 Off-Ramp

  • Take the Greentree/Crafton (Exit 67) off-ramp

  • Bear left to north Route 121 towards Crafton

  • Turn left onto Mansfield Avenue

  • Turn left onto Noblestown Road

  • Noblestown Road becomes East Main Street

  • End detour

ALTERNATE ROUTE

  • Continue past the Carnegie (Exit 65) interchange

  • Take the I-79 (Exit 64-A) exit and follow towards Washington South I-79

  • Follow I-79 southbound and take the Carnegie (Exit 57) exit

  • Turn left onto West Main Street (Route 3048)

  • West Main Street becomes Mansfield Boulevard (Route 3056)

  • Follow Mansfield Avenue into Carnegie

  • End detour

Carnegie On-Ramp to Westbound (Outbound) I-376

  • Follow Chestnut Street (Route 3056) in Carnegie Borough west to Mansfield    Boulevard (Route 3048)

  • Turn left onto Mansfield Boulevard

  • Mansfield Boulevard becomes West Main Street

  • Turn left onto the northbound I-79 ramp

  • Follow I-79 north to the I-376 interchange

  • Take the I-376 West/Airport (Exit 59-B) ramp to westbound Parkway West

  • End detour

Carnegie On-Ramp to Eastbound (Inbound) I-376

  • Follow Chestnut Street (Route 3056) in Carnegie Borough west to East Main Street (Route 50)

  • Turn right onto East Main Street

  • East Main Street becomes Noblestown Road

  • Turn right onto Mansfield Avenue (Route 3062)

  • Mansfield Avenue becomes Route 121

  • Turn left onto Greentree Road (Route 3101)

  • Turn right onto Parkway Center Drive

  • Follow Parkway Center Drive to I-376

  • End detour

Project I-376 Parkway West Improvement Project Hotline

for Questions or Concerns

412.533.4602 or 412.533.4601
 

The hotline will be manned Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM.  Any after hours or weekend calls will be returned the next business day. 

ROUTE 51 WEST CARSON STREET VIADUCT DETOUR SATURDAY AUG. 3 – LATE AUGUST 2015
The project includes replacing a structurally deficient viaduct that supports a portion of Route 51 between the West End Circle and Stanhope Street in the City of Pittsburgh.  Additional construction activities include wall and sidewalk rehabilitation, roadway reconstruction, drainage upgrades, signal improvements and extensive utility relocations.  Overall work will conclude in late summer 2015. 

Beginning at 6 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3, northbound (outbound) Route 51 will be closed to traffic around-the-clock from the West End Bridge to Stanhope Street through late August of 2015.  Southbound (inbound) Route 51 will remain a single lane through the corridor.

Overnight and weekend southbound closures will be implemented as needed through the life of the project.

Northbound traffic will be detoured at the West End Bridge.  Signs will be posted to guide motorists.

NORTHBOUND DETOUR ROUTE
• From the West End Circle, take the West End Bridge northbound
• Turn left onto northbound Route 65
• Turn left onto the McKees Rocks Bridge
• Follow the McKees Rocks Bridge back to Route 51
• End detour

Southbound (inbound) motorists can use the detour in the opposite direction as an alternative route.

SOUTHBOUND ALTERNATE ROUTE
• From southbound Route 51, turn left across the McKees Rocks Bridge
• Turn right onto southbound Route 65
• Turn right onto the West End Bridge
• Follow the West End Bridge back to Route 51
• End alternative route

Motorists are advised to use caution and allow extra time when traveling through the area.  Visit 511pa.com or call 511 from any phone to check traffic conditions on major roadways before traveling.

 

 

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