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Route 2075 Logans Ferry Road Reopened in Plum Borough


Pittsburgh, PA – PennDOT is announcing slide repair work on Route 2075 (Logans Ferry Road) in Plum Borough, Allegheny County was completed, and the roadway has reopened to traffic.

Slide repair work, roadway reconstruction, and drainage improvements began on August 2 on a section of Logans Ferry Road between Entrance Drive and Columbia Road. That portion of roadway closed to traffic-around-the-clock to allow crews from Plum Contracting, Inc. to conduct the repairs. The roadway was reopened to traffic 20 days earlier than anticipated.

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