Ramps to northbound I-79 in Cranberry to open Thursday
Ramps from Route 228 in Cranberry to northbound Interstate 79 will open Thursday, according to the township.
PennDOT has set up flashing signs along Route 228 and Cranberry Woods Drive to inform motorists.
The ramps are part of road upgrades in that area, including a new exit ramp from southbound Interstate 79 to Route 228, along with a new traffic signal there.
Work to add ramps leading from westbound 228 to I-79 to alleviate traffic congestion on Route 228 should be completed this year.
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