Realignment of problematic South Hills intersection completed

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A $9.8 million realignment of the congested intersection of Brownsville, Broughton and Curry Hollow roads in the South Hills has been completed, the Allegheny County Public Works Department and PennDOT announced this afternoon.

The project included the improvement of five intersections with two new and two upgraded signals, turn lanes and over one-half mile of roadway improvements. Construction began in June 2011.

Improvements to the intersection, once described as the worst in the county, had been talked about for decades.

A 30-day traffic signal test was the final step in completing the work.


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