It’s orange cone season in Pittsburgh, and here in Upper St. Clair, residents will likely see more road construction than usual in 2019.
PennDOT plans a major paving project on Route 19 between the Washington County border and McMurray/McLaughlin Run roads. It will include intersection upgrades at the Boyce and Old Washington road intersections.
More intersection upgrades will occur at the Panther Pass/McLaughlin Run and Johnston/McMurray Roads.
McMillan, Lesnett and Painters Run roads are all scheduled for repaving this summer. The project may also include a culvert replacement along Painters Run Road.
The following Township roads are currently on the Public Works Department’s plan for repaving in 2019. This list may change if weather or other unforeseen circumstances delay the contractor. If the following roads are not repaved in 2019, they will likely be repaved in 2020:
-Alamo Drive from Monterey to house address 283
-Allison Drive from Taper to the cul de sac
-Casa Drive from Carmell to Carmell
-Ewing Circle from Mill Grove to the cul de sac
-Fernridge Drive from Old Meadow to Rolling Meadow
-Fieldgate Drive from house address 132 to 176
-Fieldmont Drive from Springmeadow to house address 1897
-Firston Circle from Old Meadow to the cul de sac
-Hays Road from Old Washington to Hays Park
-Larch Circle from Thorntree to Terminus
-Mesa Circle from Casa to the cul de sac
-Monterey Drive from Hays to Terminus
-Moon Ridge Drive from Star Ridge to Sky Ridge
-Partridge Run Road from Chapelwood to Chapelwood
-Ridgewood Road from Hastings Mill to the cul de sac
-Rolling Meadow Road from Fernridge to Montclair
-Rolling Meadow Road from Old Meadow to the cul de sac
-Rossmoor Drive from Hays to Forestbrook
-Springmeadow Drive from house address 172 to the cul de sac
-Star Ridge Drive from Sky Ridge to Sun Ridge
-Swanson Lane from Mill Grove to the cul de sac
-Thorntree Drive from Boyce to Pinetree
-Truxton Drive from McLaughlin to Blairmont
-Wiltshire Drive from McMurray to Lambeth
-Municipal Tennis Courts #7 and #8
The Township of Upper St. Clair Board of Commissioners recognizes the benefits of well-maintained streets and is committed to a regular schedule of street repairs.