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10th Street Road Restoration
This work is a result of a large sinkhole that collapsed in late October 2019, damaging underlying infrastructure, one Port Authority Transit bus, and a vehicle. The street has been closed to pedestrian and car traffic to-date. Street restoration work will be done under a cost-share agreement with the City of Pittsburgh, who will share in the final cost of restoration of the street.
2019 Sewer Lining
This project took place throughout our service area, will rehabilitate 4.6 miles of sewers by installing an airtight, watertight lining inside of aging sewer pipes. This work has minimal impact to residents and is a cost-effective way to extend the life of our sewer system. Lining sewers will improve reliability and ensure better service to our customers.
2019-2020 Street and Sidewalk Restoration Schedule
After we complete a water or sewer repair, we must then come back and repave or re-concrete the area we impacted as part of our work. This multi-million dollar effort improves streets and sidewalks throughout our service area as a result of our work underground.
We are responsible for asphalt and concrete replacement after emergency water and sewer repairs or infrastructure upgrade projects. When a job is complete, the location is given to the restoration contract, which sends asphalt, concrete, and line painting crews out to restore the area to its former condition. When work happens on your street, it may be a few weeks until paving and concrete crews return. Crews move in an orderly fashion around our service area completing work, focusing on all the locations in one area before moving onto the next.