Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Route 19 Traffic Signal System To Reduce Congestion

Commuters using Route 19 in the South Hills soon may be getting relief from traffic congestion through a new regional signaling system.

Peters council last night approved an agreement with Upper St. Clair, Mt. Lebanon and Bethel Park for a joint project to synchronize traffic signals along Route 19.

The $533,000 project recently received a grant from the state to help ease traffic congestion significantly.

Link: www.postgazette.com/pg/09174/979290-147.stm

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Anonymous Bill Lewis said...

Is anyone aware of an unbiased, professionally conducted, formal traffic study that indicates with supporting data that this signaling system will in fact "ease traffic congestion significantly" along Washington Rd. (Route 19)from Conner Road to McFarland Road ? If so, please let us know where it can be accessed. Thanks

June 23, 2009 4:51 PM  

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