1 lane of Downtown’s Fort Pitt Boulevard reopens
One lane of the inbound portion of Fort Pitt Boulevard in downtown Pittsburgh reopened Sunday after being closed for crews to repair a water main break, the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority announced.
Crews began repairing the 10-inch water main on Friday that closed a portion of Fort Pitt Boulevard between Market and Stanwix streets.
UPDATE: One lane of traffic is open along the inbound portion of Fort Pitt Boulevard (Stanwix Street – Market Street) while restorations to the street are being made. All lanes of traffic are expected to reopen by late Monday, August 26, or early Tuesday, August 27. https://t.co/zSsRbh4cHL
— Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (@pgh2o) August 25, 2019
All lanes of traffic are expected to reopen by later Monday or early Tuesday, the authority said.
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