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West Carson Street to close this weekend |

West Carson Street to close this weekend

West Carson Street (Route 51) will close this weekend to allow Duquesne Light crews to conduct electrical testing.

West Carson will close to traffic between Stanhope and Corliss streets from 8 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Sunday. Southbound traffic will be detoured.

The posted detour will be:

• From Route 51 in McKees Rocks, take the McKees Rocks Bridge to Route 65

• Turn right onto southbound Route 65

• Turn right onto the West End Bridge

• Follow the West End Bridge back to West Carson

West Carson will remain open from Corliss Street to the West End Circle. Residents will be allowed access by police officers posted at Stanhope Street and the Corliss Tunnel.

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