Route 28 traffic patterns changing
Route 28 traffic patterns will change Friday with lanes shifting toward a new retaining wall, PennDOT officials said.
The latest phase will shift traffic lanes away from the Allegheny River and toward a new retaining wall on the Troy Hill side of the road. There will continue to be two lanes southbound and one lane northbound while crews work to reconstruct the northbound lanes, PennDOT said.
The new phase will re-establish the East Ohio Street exit. The old configuration forced drivers in the right lane onto East Ohio Street.
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