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Rail Detour on Sept. 1-2; Holiday Schedules for Labor Day

Rail maintenance will detour Port Authority’s Red Line on Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2. Additionally, bus, T and inclines will use holiday schedules on Monday, September 3 for Labor Day, including special schedules for the T (PDF).

On Saturday from start of service until about 9 p.m., the outbound Red Line will detour via Overbrook (along the Blue Line’s routing) from South Hills Junction to Willow/Overbrook Junction. Bus shuttles will provide outbound-only service to stops from Station Square to Potomac and a local light rail shuttle will operate outbound from Potomac to Overbrook Junction. Inbound Red Line service will be regular route until 9 p.m. Saturday.

Then beginning at about 9 p.m. Saturday, the Red Line will be detoured in both directions until the end of service on Sunday, with detoured service, bus shuttles and local rail shuttles operating as outlined above, except serving both inbound and outbound stops. Regular routing is expected to resume by start of service on Labor Day. 

View the map below for more information.


View Red Line Detour: Sept. 1-2 in a larger map

For motorists, parts of Broadway Ave. will be closed to through traffic at various times during the rail work. Additionally, parking will be prohibited on the southbound side of Broadway between Neeld Ave. and Fallowfield Ave. on Saturday, and on the northbound side of that section on Sunday.

Then on Labor Day, about 30 different bus routes will detour Downtown due to the annual holiday parade. View detour information.

For questions, call Customer Service at 412-442-2000, or for TTY 412-231-7007.

Port Authority’s Customer Service phone line is open on Labor Day from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Downtown Service Center will be closed for the holiday and the Authority's Twitter account will not be staffed.

 
Posted on Wednesday, August 29, 2012
 
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