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Murrysville roads closed by Route 22 project set to reopen |

Murrysville roads closed by Route 22 project set to reopen

The Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, July 24, 2007 12:00 a.m

Brick Hill Road and Buena Vista Drive in Murrysville are scheduled to reopen Thursday, when PennDOT plans to shift all westbound traffic on Route 22 to the new concrete portion.

The roads were closed because of continuing work in the BO2 portion of the Renew 22 reconstruction project.

Four miles of the highway are being widened to provide four traffic lanes with a median divider from just east of the Cozy Inn Cutoff in Murrysville to the Route 66 interchange near Delmont.

Because painting is involved, the reopening of the roads depends on the weather. If the reopening of Brick Hill Road and Buena Vista Drive is delayed, they are expected to reopen Friday.

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