Comcast work will halt Parkway East traffic briefly this weekend
PennDOT District 11, in cooperation with Comcast, announced Tuesday that traffic in both directions on the Parkway East (I-376) in Wilkins Township and Monroeville, will be stopped briefly twice on Sunday morning, Dec. 16, weather permitting.
Two stoppages of approximately 10 minutes will occur between the Rodi Road/Penn Hills Interchange (Exit 81) and the Monroeville/Turnpike Interchange (Exit 84). The first stoppage will occur at 9 a.m. near Exit 81 and the second at 11 a.m. west of Exit 84.
Crews under contract with Comcast will be installing new lines over the Parkway East.
PennDOT is not involved in this work, and is providing this information as a public service only.
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