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Parkway West inbound lanes to close this weekend

| Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005

PennDOT will keep the inbound lanes of the Parkway West closed throughout the weekend for paving work.

The good news is this is scheduled to be the last weekend closing on the parkway this year.

The inbound lanes are scheduled to remain closed until 6 a.m. Monday between Interstate 79 and the Route 22/30 ramps. The outbound lanes -- which carry traffic headed from I-79 toward Pittsburgh International Airport -- will remain open.

The state Department of Transportation hired Balfour Beatty Construction for $28.8 million to build a new set of ramps and bridge at the Settler's Cabin interchange. The parkway paving is part of the contract.

PennDOT cautioned motorists to either allow for extra travel time or avoid the area if possible.

Posted detours:

  • Route 22/30 east from Weirton: Route 60 south to Campbell's Run Road to the parkway.

  • Route 60 north from Crafton: link with Route 22/30 west, to Oakdale, onto McKee Road, to Route 22/30 east, to Route 60 south, to Campbell's Run Road, to the parkway.

  • Route 60 south: take ramp to Route 22/30 west toward Weirton, to Tonidale, to Montour Church Road, to Route 22/30 east to Route 60 south, to Campbell's Run Road to the parkway.

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