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District 11 Public Meetings


The Washington Road Roadway Improvement Project (SR 19, A75)

The Washington Road Roadway Improvement Project (SR 19, A75) is located in Upper St. Clair, Bethel Park and Mt. Lebanon, Allegheny County.  This project will include milling & paving, guiderail updates, drainage upgrades, base and joint repairs, ADA curb updates, signal replacements with new mast arms and new signing and pavement markings.

The project will be constructed under lane restrictions with one lane in each direction open for traffic and is expected to take place during the 2020 construction season.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Cherie DiDomenico, Project Manager, at 412.429.4868 or via email at  cdidomenic@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information: SR 19 A75 Public Involvement

The Larimer Avenue Slide Remediation Project (SR 2065, A09)

The Larimer Avenue Slide Remediation Project (SR 2065, A09) is located in Wilkins Township, Allegheny County.  The project consists of repairing the landslide with a GRS (Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil) slope and pipe dowels.   Drainage updates, guiderail updates, roadway subgrade replacement and associated roadway paving will also be completed as part of the project.  The reconstruction length is approximately 685 feet.  The project will be constructed under a full detour.

Construction for this project is slated to begin in 2019.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Dan Bliss, P.E., Project Manager, at 412.429.4943 or via email at dbliss@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information: SR2065 A09 Public Involvement

Neshannock Falls Road Bridge Project (SR 956, L13)

The scope of work involves replacement of the existing bridge with a precast concrete box culvert and minor approach roadway paving to tie into the new structure.  Additional work will include guiderail updates and signing and pavement marking updates.  The project will be constructed under a roadway detour and will include minor right-of-way acquisition to facilitate construction and continued maintenance of the new structure.

Construction for this project is slated to begin in the fall of 2020.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Chris Ciesa, P.E., Project Manager, at 412.429.4914 or via email at cciesa@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information:  SR 956-L13 Project Information

Boulevard of the Allies Bridge Presentation Project (SR 885, A46)

The Boulevard of the Allies Bridge Preservation Project (SR 885,A46) is located in the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County.  The project consists of bridge rehabilitation activities on six structures associated with the Boulevard of the Allies and S.R. 376.  Rehabilitation activities include expansion dam replacement, deck repairs and overlays, concrete and steel repairs, repainting, and drainage repairs.

The project will be constructed utilizing detours and is expected to take place during the 2021-2022 construction season.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Cheryl Solosky, P.E., Project Manager, at 412.429.5056 or via email at csolosky@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information: Blvd of Allies - Public Presentation|

Bocktown Road Slide Remediation Project (SR 151, B09)

The Bocktown Road Slide Remediation Project (SR 151, B09) is located in Independence Township, Beaver County.  The project consists of constructing a benched rock slope to support the roadway, armoring the stream bank to prevent erosion, drainage updates, guiderail updates, roadway subgrade replacement and associated roadway paving.  The reconstruction length is approximately 350 feet.

The project will be constructed under a full detour and is expected to take place during the 2020 construction season.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Jonathon Moses, P.E., District Geotechnical Engineer, at 412.429.4897 or via email at jmoses@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information: SR 151 B09 Public Involvement

Hulton Road Slide Project (SR 2058, A13)

The Hulton Road Slope Stability Project (SR 2058, A13) is located in Penn Hills Township, Allegheny County.  This project is a landslide repair and includes installing a retaining wall to support the fill slope and reconstruction of the lane and shoulder on the embankment side of the road with milling and resurfacing of the lane and shoulder on the cut slope side.  The reconstruction length is approximately 700 feet.

The project will be constructed under a full detour and is expected to take place during the 2019 construction season.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Jonathan Moses, P.E., District Geotechnical Engineer, at 412.429.4897 or via email at  jmoses@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information: SR 2058, A13 Public Involvement

Rochester Road Slide Repair Project (SR 4011, A16)

The project includes two separate landslide areas, which are located approximately 0.5 mile apart. The south landslide is located just north of the intersection of SR 4011 (Rochester Road) and Village Drive. The north landslide is located north of the intersection of SR 4011 (Rochester Road) with Sloop Road.  The scope of the project is to remediate the landslides with minimal disturbance to the adjacent roadway and surrounding areas as possible.  The proposed remediation will be a rock slope for the south landslide and a GRS wall with the north landslide.  

Construction for this project is slated to begin on 2020.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Dan Bliss, P.E., Project Manager, at 412.429.4943 or via email at dbliss@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information:  SR 4011, A16 Public Involvement 

Glenwood Bridge Pedestrian Ramp Project (SR 837, A43)

The project consists of construction of a pedestrian walkway and a pedestrian ramp at SR 885 Glenwood Bridge and SR 837 interchange.  The pedestrian walkway will connect the existing concrete sidewalk along SR 8059 Ramp A to the existing concrete sidewalk along SR 885 Glenwood Bridge. The walkway will be an ADA compliant on-grade switchback consisting of a sloped cement concrete sidewalk placed on Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil Slope (GRS). The pedestrian ramp will provide access between SR 0837, Baldwin Road, Mifflin Road, and SR 8059 Ramp A.

Construction for this project is slated to begin on 2020. As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project. Please contact Jared Grafton, P.E., Project Manager, at 412.429.4906 or via email at jgrafton@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information:  SR 837, A43 Presentation

Chapel Road Slope Stability Project (SR 3005, B06)

The Chapel Road Slope Stability Project (SR 3005, B06) is located in Center Township, Beaver County.  This project is a landslide repair and includes proposed reconstruction of the lane and shoulder on the embankment side of the road with milling and resurfacing of the entire width of the roadway and shoulder. The slope will be repaired with a Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil Slope. The reconstruction length is approximately 200 feet. The scope of work also includes the includes drainage improvements.

The project will be constructed under a full detour and is expected to take place during the 2019 construction season.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Jonathan Moses, P.E., District Geotechnical Engineer, at 412.429.4897 or via email at  jmoses@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information:  SR 3005 B06 Public Involvement   (3MB)

Boulevard of the Allies Betterment (SR 885, A45)

The proposed scope of work for the Boulevard of the Allies Betterment includes highway resurfacing with minor structure repairs, drainage improvements, traffic signal upgrades, and ADA accommodations. Intersections will be made ADA compliant and guiderail will be updated to current standards, where necessary. Six structures within the project limits will have various preservation work performed including spall repair, deck sealing, and cleaning/flushing. Overhead sign structures within the project area will also be repaired. The overall limits of the project are the Boulevard of the Allies from the Liberty Bridge to Bates Street.

Please check out the Project Information:
Aerial Downtown and Aerial Uptown
Public Meeting Presentation

Lebanon Church Road Improvement Project (SR 2040, A22)

The SR 2040 Lebanon Church Road Improvement Project is located in West Mifflin Borough, Allegheny County. The project limits extend from the intersection of SR 2040 (Lebanon Church Road) and Ceco Drive (Washington Pike), to the intersection of SR 2040 (Lebanon Church Road) and SR 2040 (Buttermilk Hollow Road).

The scope of work will involve bituminous resurfacing and concrete patching throughout the entire project limits and widening near Rodeo Drive to accommodate a new left turn lane and traffic signal into the western side of Rodeo Drive from Lebanon Church Road. The project also includes upgrades to traffic signals, drainage facilities, median, ADA facilities, guiderail and signing.

Construction for this project is slated to begin on 2020. As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project. Please contact Erik Porter, P.E., Senior Project Manager, at 412.429.4869 or via email ar eporter@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information Presentation:  SR 2040, A22 Public Involvement

Piney Fork Road Slope Stability Project (SR 3014, A07)

The Piney Fork Road Stability Project (SR 3014, A07) is located in South Park Township, Allegheny County.  The project consists of repairing a slope failure which has damaged the shoulder and travel lane. The road is currently reduced to a single lane controlled by a stop sign. The project will also include new pavement, guiderail updates and pavement markings. 

The project will be constructed under a full detour and is expected to take place during the 2019 construction season.  As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project.  Please contact Jonathan Moses, P.E., District Geotechnical Engineer, at 412.429.4897 or via email at  jmoses@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information Presentation: SR 3014, A07 Public Involvement  (2MB)

30 (Ardmore Boulevard) Culvert Replacement Projects (SR 30, A31 and A32)

The scope of work will involve the replacement of three culverts with approach work along Ardmore Boulevard in Forest Hills Borough, Allegheny County.  The project will be conducted in three phases and Ardmore Boulevard will not be detoured during construction. 

Construction for these projects is slated to begin in the fall 2019/spring of 2020. As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentations to learn more about the projects. Please contact Mark Krajcovic, P. E., Project Manager, at 412.429.2812 or via email at mkrajcovic@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Please check out the Project Information Presentations: 
SR 30 Public Meeting Power Point (Section A31 and Section A32) (2MB)
SR 30 Public Meeting Power Point (Section A30)  (2MB)

East Carson Street Safety Improvement Project (SR 837, Section A42)

A public meeting was held on March 19, 2018 for the East Carson Street Safety Improvement Project (SR 837, Section A42). As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation, meeting displays, and a video rendering so you can learn more about the project.

SR 837 - Public Meeting Presentation PowerPoint (5MB pdf)
Display Boards (16MB pdf)
Route 837 East Carson Street Safety Improvement Project (YouTube)

Route 50/Chartiers Creek Bridge Widening and Intersection Improvements Project
(SR 50, A28)

The Route 50/Chartiers Creek Bridge Widening and Intersection Improvement Project (SR 50, A28) is located along the border of South Fayette Township and Bridgeville Borough, Allegheny County. The project limits extend from the intersection of SR 0050 (Millers Run Road) and SR 3003 (Washington Pike), to just north of the intersection of SR 0050 (Washington Pike) and Chartiers Street/Church Street. The project also extends to the I-79 Northbound On-Ramp (Ramp E) for possible improvements. The project includes the bridge along SR 0050 (Washington Pike) that spans over Chartiers Creek.

The scope of work will involve the replacement of the superstructure and the abutment widening of the Chartiers Creek Bridge and the widening of SR 0050 and SR 3034 (Chartiers Street) to reduce existing congestion, queuing and better accommodate existing and projected future traffic.

Construction for this project is slated to begin in the summer of 2020. As part of PENNDOTS's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about the project. Please contact Zac Kamnikar, P.E., Project Manager, at 412.429.5038 or via email at zakamnikar@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Chartiers Public Meeting (5MB) 
Public Meeting Summary (7MB)

Highland Park Interchange Reconstruction Project (SR 28, Section A56)

A sound barrier meeting was held on February 12, 2019 at the Sharpsburg VFW for the benefitted property owners and renters in Aspinwall Borough and O'Hara Township associated with the Highland Park Interchange Reconstruction Project (SR 28, Section A56) located in Aspinwall Borough, Fox Chapel Borough, Sharpsburg Boroughs, City of Pittsburgh, and O'Hara Township, Allegheny County.  The purpose of the meeting was to provide voting information to the benefited property owners and residential renters in regards to having a sound barrier constructed (or not constructed) near their homes.  Additionally, provided was information on the type, style and color of the proposed sound barriers on the community side if they wish to have PennDOT construct the barrier.

As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation and meeting displays to learn more about the sound barriers.  Please contact Mark Young, District Environmental Manager, at (412) 429-4858 or via e-mail at markyoung@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns regarding the sound barriers

Sound Barrier Meeting Displays  (10MB)
Sound Barrier Meeting Presentation

A public meeting was held on December 12, 2017 at the Fox Chapel Area High School Auditorium for the Highland Park Interchange Reconstruction Project (SR 28, Section A56) located in Aspinwall Borough, Fox Chapel Borough, Sharpsburg Boroughs, City of Pittsburgh, and O'Hara Township, Allegheny County.

The purpose of the project is to address the existing bottleneck and congested traffic flow on SR 28 (Allegheny Valley Expressway) and other operational and safety issues within the SR 28/Highland Park Bridge and Freeport Road Interchange. The proposed project involves reconstruction of SR 28 to reestablish two travel lanes in each direction through the interchange, construction of improved acceleration and deceleration ramps, bridge preservation work, and miscellaneous operational and safety improvements.  Noise walls are being evaluated as part of the project. The Highland Park Bridge river crossing and the Riverfront 47 Development are not part of this project. Construction for this project is not anticipated until Spring 2020.

As part of PENNDOT's public involvement process we have attached a PowerPoint presentation, video rendering of the project, meeting displays, and a comment/feedback form to learn more about the project and to provide you an opportunity to provide feedback. Please contact Erik Porter, P.E., Senior Project Manager, at (412) 429-4869 or via e-mail at eporter@pa.gov if you have any questions or concerns.

Press Release
Public Meeting Presentation (2MB)
Video Rendering of the Project (YouTube)
Displays.pdf (6MB)
Comment Form