An estimated $15-$20-million project aimed at improving the busy Route 51-Route 88 intersection will formally begin in early 2013. But on Wednesday, the , which is expected to take two years to complete.
The public meeting, open to all at the Saint Norbert Church Hall from 5 to 7 p.m., will include a 5:30 presentation of what project organizers intend to accomplish at the busy junction that helps to connect a large part of Pittsburgh's South Hills area to Downtown.
Now, we ask you, what improvements are you hoping to see at the 51-88 junction, which covers, essentially, an area from Stewart Avenue on the border of to Saint Norberts Street in Pittsburgh's Overbrook neighborhood?
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