EAST PITTSBURGH, Pa. — PennDOT expects to have a section of Route 30 in East Pittsburgh reopened by the end of June.
During a news conference on patching potholes in the South Side, Gov. Tom Wolf said the collapsed section of the road should be back open by June 26.
PennDOT District Executive Cheryl Moon-Sirianni said that timeline is the goal, but it could change.
Moon-Sirianni said some East Pittsburgh residents who were temporarily displaced could be back in their apartments by the end of the month.
She said the agency is working to find permanent housing for residents who lost their homes.
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