News Flash Home
The original item was published from 3/15/2021 12:46:36 PM to 3/15/2021 12:48:36 PM.

News Flash

Road Projects

Posted on: March 15, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Traffic restrictions start March 22 at the Boyce-Mayview intersection

mayview detour map 1

Traffic detours and restrictions will occur from March 22, 2021, until sometime in November for improvements to the intersection of Boyce and Mayview roads in South Fayette Township.

Road Closure 1 - Mayview Road, West Side (Cecil Side)

  • March 22 until late July
  • Detour (see map):
    • Georgetown Road
    • Morganza Road
    • Washington Pike
    • Boyce Road

Road Closure 2 - Boyce Road, West Side (Washington Pike Side)

  • June to August
  • Detour:
    • Georgetown Road
    • Morganza Road
    • Washington Pike
    • Washington Avenue
    • Bower Hill Road
    • McLaughlin Run Road
    • Lesnett Road
    • Mayview Road

Road Closures 3 and 4 - Boyce Road, East Side (Route 19 Side) and Mayview Road, East Side (Hastings Side)

  • Late summer through mid-October
  • Detour:
    • Boyce Road
    • Washington Pike
    • Washington Avenue
    • Bower Hill Road
    • McLaughlin Run Road
    • Lesnett Road or Route 19

Lane Restrictions - Throughout Intersection Area

  • Mid-October through November 2021
  • Daytime only
  • No full closures
  • Flaggers in place

Timelines

Timelines depend on weather and utility line relocations, which must be completed in conjunction with the intersection project.

About the Boyce-Mayview Project

  • Project by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to improve intersection and help control flooding
  • Contractor: Frank Gavlik & Sons, Inc.
  • Improvements include:
    • Intersection realignment
    • Additional turn lanes
    • Updated traffic signal hardware
    • Drainage improvements
    • Stream channel realignment
    • Culvert replacement
    • Other work

The project had been delayed due to funding shortages related to the coronavirus pandemic; however, following a government relief package, PennDOT was able to continue the work.

South Fayette Township is not involved in this work and is providing this notice as a courtesy.

PennDOT News
Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in Road Projects