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Lane restrictions starting next week on Ingomar Road in North Park

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Friday, June 13, 2014, 3:33 p.m.
 

Improvements to North Park will cause lane closures on Ingomar Road starting next week.

The Allegheny County Department of Public Works announced that work will begin Monday on trail construction and a waterline replacement along Ingomar Road in the park.

More than 500 feet of waterline along Ingomar Road between Kummer Road and Old Ingomar Road will be replaced. Motorists should be aware of lane restrictions under flagging between now and the middle of August, officials said.

The cost of the project is $800,000.

The trail work will cause no traffic restrictions and will be done in conjunction with the Allegheny County Parks Foundation.

About a mile of side trails will be constructed along the North Park Lake trail along Ingomar Road near Babcock Boulevard and the Municipal Row shelters for a project cost of $583,000.

Both projects are being done by Allison Park Contractors, located in Hampton Township.

Kelsey Shea is a staff writer at Trib Total Media. Reach her at kshea@tribweb.com or at 724-772-6353.

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