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City of Pittsburgh Announces Street Paving Schedule

Over $20 million has been dedicated to the projects by the state

April 17, 2019 - 12:00 pm

PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - The City of Pittsburgh has announced the first round of streets that will be repaved this season.

The state budget has dedicated over $20 million, the most money in decades, to rehabbing Pittsburgh streets with over $15 million going toward asphalt resurfacing. The remaining money will go toward rehabbing brick, blockstone and concrete streets along with improving curb ramps for better accessibility and pothole patching materials.

The city’s department of mobility and infrastructure released the first round of projects Wednesday. You can see if your street is on the schedule here.

Additional streets will be added when the next paving contract is awarding. That is expected in the coming weeks.

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