Phase: Complete
Location: Washington County
Final cost: $57 Million

Project Schedule

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Project Overview

Improvements Complete

This project included widening and reconstructing I-70 from two lanes to three lanes in each direction between the major interchanges with I-79 (North Junction and South Junction), South Strabane Township, Washington County, PA. The project included the reconfiguration of Exit 19, SR19 Murtland Avenue interchange to eliminate the current “cloverleaf” configuration and provides a diamond type interchange. The project also included the widening of the existing ramp from I-70 westbound to I-79 northbound at Exit 18 to provide two lanes.

Project Mapping

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PennDOT Contact

Name: Scott Faieta, P.E.
Organization: PennDOT Eng. District 12
Title: Project Manager
Phone: 724-425-3023

Diverging Diamond Interchange Simulation

This video depicts traffic movement through the Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) scheduled to be built at the Interstate 70 interchange with Route 19 in Washington County.