Northbound Route 51 with short-term visitors disruptions for the transport of a “Tremendous Load” – CBS Pittsburgh
By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Those traveling on part of Route 51 today can expect a slowdown.
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Because of the “congestion”, PennDOT plans to stop traffic on Route 51 for about 30 minutes.
This will begin Thursday morning at 9:00 a.m. in Elizabeth Township.
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The full route is as follows:
- Heading South on Lincoln Boulevard (Route 2001)
- Lincoln Boulevard becomes McKeesport Road (Route 2001)
- Head west on North 3rd Avenue (police will help with a traffic obstruction)
- On the Route 51 exit, head north in the opposite direction (police will close the ramp)
- Travel south on Route 51 (Hayden Boulevard) in the north lanes (police will stop traffic on Route 51 north for a short time).
- On Route 48 (Scenery Drive), switch to the southern lanes of Route 51 and continue south
- Highway heading east 70
- East route 31
- Head north on old Route 119 (Route 3093)
- Old Route 119 becomes Center Avenue (Route 3111)
- Head east on Arona Road (Route 3071)
- Head east on Route 136 to Willow Crossing Road
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