Lime Hollow roadwork will begin Tuesday in Penn Hills
PennDOT officials announced Thursday that paving work on Lime Hollow Road (SR 2064) will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 2, weather permitting.
The road will be closed to traffic weekdays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Friday, Sept. 5 between Coal Hollow and Frankstown roads.
Local traffic will be accommodated. All other traffic will be detoured: from the west, follow Coal Hollow Road north to Saltsburg Road; turn right onto Verona Road/Saltsburg Road and follow to Frankstown Road; turn right onto Frankstown and follow back to Lime Hollow Road.
From the east, the same detour will be used on the opposite direction.
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