Monongahela Incline will likely be closed for inspection for three days subsequent week – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The port authority has announced that starting Wednesday April 28th, the monogahela slope will be scheduled for routine inspection for three days.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Port Authority will conduct brake and load tests and it is expected to reopen on Friday afternoon.

During the closure, shuttle buses run between stations and the port authority states that the frequency depends on the availability of staff.

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Drivers at the bottom of the incline board the buses from the start of service until 8:00 p.m. at the shelter behind the Station Square station. From 8:00 p.m. until the end of regular drop-off service, drivers board the bus and stop on East Carson Street across from Square Square Station.

Drivers at the top of the incline board on Grandview Avenue across Shiloh Street from the beginning of the service to the end of the service.

In the meantime, the Wabash tunnel will only be open outbound to accommodate the buses.

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More information and routes can be found on the Port Authority’s website at this link.

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