Rialto Street in North Side to reopen Monday
Rialto Street at Route 28, which has been closed as part of a $36.4 million improvement project for the highway, reopens to two-way traffic at 10 a.m. Monday.
The street is a key artery in and out of Troy Hill in the North Side.
A primary goal of the highway construction was to remove red lights from Route 28 to allow traffic to flow freely past the 31st Street Bridge interchange.
Pittsburgh's Department of Public Works also announced that this year's street sweeping program begins on Tuesday and will continue until Nov. 28. The city advises residents to adhere to the enforcement times posted on signs in their neighborhoods.
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