March 19, 2013 | Vol. 73 No. 34

Warrington reconstruction gears back up

Port Authority and the City of Pittsburgh resumed rehab work on Warrington Avenue on Monday, March 18 beginning at 7 a.m.

This work will impact local auto traffic, bus routes, parking and sidewalks, and is expected to be completed August 30.

 Detours to local auto traffic will be in place around-the-clock and signs will be posted to guide traffic. Local bus routes will also be detoured during this project.

 Work will occur on one side of the street at a time and in sections, with detours shifting as the area of impact changes. The work that started Monday will affect the section of Warrington between Estella and Beltzhoover avenues. Then in approximately mid-June, work will shift to the area between Beltzhoover and Arlington avenues.

 Rehab work on Warrington Avenue began in the fall when Port Authority contractors improved the stretch of road between Haberman and Estella avenues. Warrington Avenue is partially owned by Port Authority as it contains embedded light rail tracks formerly used by the Allentown line.

 For more information, visit www.portauthority.org or call Customer Service at 412-442-2000 (TTY 412-231-7007).

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