Route 60 Noblestown Road Slide Repair Work begins Friday in Pittsburgh

UPDATE: Due to an equipment issue, the closure of Noblestown Road will not occur until 8 a.m. Saturday morning.

Route 60 Noblestown Road Slide Repair Work begins Friday in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA–PennDOT District 11 is announcing slide repair work on Route 60 (Noblestown Road) in the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County will begin Friday, June 5 weather permitting.

Noblestown Road will close to traffic beginning at 9 a.m. Friday continuously through mid-July between the Crafton Boulevard (Route 60)/Noblestown Road intersection and the Wabash Street/South Main Street (Route 60) intersection. Crews from A. Folino Construction, Inc. will conduct the slide repair work. Traffic will be detoured.

Posted Detours

Northbound Route 60

  • From South Main Street, turn left onto Wabash Street
  • Turn left onto Woodville Avenue
  • Turn right and take the ramp to West 376/South 19 toward Carnegie/Airport
  • Take the Parkway Center Drive (Exit 68) off-ramp
  • Turn left onto Greentree Road
  • Turn right onto Mansfield Avenue
  • Turn right onto Poplar Street (Route 121)
  • Turn right onto Noblestown Road (Route 50)
  • Follow Noblestown Road back to Route 60
  • End detour

Southbound Route 60

  • From Route 60 South (Crafton Boulevard), turn right onto Noblestown Road (Route 50)
  • Turn left onto Poplar Street (Route 121)
  • Turn left onto Mansfield Avenue
  • Turn left onto Greentree Road
  • Turn right onto Parkway Center Drive
  • Take the ramp to East 376 (Parkway West) toward Pittsburgh
  • Take the North 19/51 off-ramp (Exit 69C) toward the West End
  • Take the ramp to North 51 toward McKees Rocks/West End
  • End detour

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