Port Authority T line service to detour in South Hills this weekend
Red line T service will detour Saturday and Sunday while crews repair tracks in Beechview, Port Authority officials said.
The red line will detour throughout the weekend, both inbound and outbound. The red line will serve all regular stops between Allegheny Station and South Hills Junction, but will detour using the blue line's route between South Hills Junction and Willow/Overbrook Junction.
T shuttles will operate between Overbrook Junction and Potomac Station. Bus shuttles will provide service between Potomac and South Hills Junction/Station Square.
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