Landslide repairs to shut roads in Monroeville and White Oak
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Sunday, July 28, 2013, 5:03 p.m.
PennDOT will shut down parts of two roads in Allegheny County on Monday to fix landslides
Crews will close Thompson Run Road between Lower Rodi Road and Northern Pike in Monroeville until the end of the year. PennDOT will post a detour that includes Business Route 22 for the estimated 6,200 drivers who use that stretch of road daily.
In White Oak, PennDOT is closing a stretch of McClintock Road until Aug. 9. The slide will detour traffic between Route 48 and Muse Lane, using Lincoln Way.
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