Monroeville Boulevard restrictions starting for road project
Motorists on Monroeville Boulevard will see lane restrictions for six weeks starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday to allow construction crews to complete an intersection widening project, Allegheny County officials said.
Traffic will be reduced to a single lane in each direction with a center turning lane between Stroschein Road and Pitcairn Road in Monroeville. The restrictions are necessary for the Monroeville Boulevard at Corporate One Way intersection widening project, officials said.
The $550,000 project is scheduled to be completed in mid-September.
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