Work on Mansfield Bridge to reduce traffic to one lane Saturday
Work on the Mansfield Bridge will reduce traffic to a single alternating lane from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Allegheny County Public Works said.
Crews will patch pavement on the 1,931-foot bridge over the Monongahela Bridge between Dravosburg and McKeesport. The bridge carries more than 26,000 vehicles a day.
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