Surveyors to work along Washington Road in Mt. Lebanon
Short-term lane closures will begin Monday on Washington Road if weather allows crews to conduct research for an improvement project near Mt. Lebanon's southern border, PennDOT officials said.
Crews will be locating utilities and performing research in the area between the Connor/Gilkeson road intersection and Ordale Boulevard.
Restrictions will occur as needed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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