Shift in southbound lanes planned on Route 28
Traffic will shift on southbound Route 28 between former Millvale Industrial Park location and East Ohio Street starting Tuesday, PennDOT said.
Overnight single lane closures will occur from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Tuesday through Friday. Crews will continue excavation and retaining wall construction along southbound Route 28.
On Wednesday, southbound traffic will be shifted to the left between former Millvale Industrial Park location and the 31st Street Bridge. To allow that, southbound Route 28 will be restricted to a single lane from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday.
PennDOT said drivers should expect delays and reminded them to use all open lanes to the merge point.
The work is part of the $36.4 million Route 28 Phase IV improvement project. Overall work will be completed in fall 2014.
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