Construction crews will begin work Monday to repair a road damaged last year by a landslide.
A spokesman for the Allegheny County Department of Public Works said the repairs along Elizabeth Road near the Dravosburg Housing Association are expected to cost more than $506,000.
Pugliano Construction Co. of Plum has been awarded the contract for the work, which will include construction of a retaining wall and repaving the road.
The work is expected to last until mid-May, weather permitting.
The work will require the complete closure of Elizabeth Road in the borough. Traffic will be detoured using Elizabeth Road, Maple Avenue, McClure Street and Route 837 (Washington Avenue).
Originally published February 27, 2019.