Route 48 Boston Hollow Road Drilling begins Monday in Elizabeth Township 6/9/2017
PennDOT is announcing drilling work on Route 48 (Boston Hollow Road) in Elizabeth Township, Allegheny County, will begin Monday, June 12 weather permitting.
Crews from Armstrong Drilling, Inc. will conduct drilling operations on Route
48 between Valleyvue Drive and Fey Road weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
through Friday, June 23. Single- lane alternating traffic will occur as needed in the work zone with flaggers assisting traffic.
Please use caution when traveling in this area.
PENNDOT will have a public plans display for the Lovedale Road bridge replacement at the Elizabeth Township Municipal Building from May 15th to June 12th 2017.
The Township of Elizabeth Welcomes You
Elizabeth Township lies between the shores of the Youghiogheny and Monongahela Rivers, encompassing nearly twenty-three square miles in the southeastern section of Allegheny County. Elizabeth Township was formed from part of Rostraver Township and was originally part of the three counties of Bedford, Westmoreland, and Allegheny. This area was included in the large tract of land that was granted to the Penn family by the King of England.
In 1788 Allegheny County was formed and Elizabeth Township, named in honor of Elizabeth Bayard, wife of the founder of Elizabeth Village, was incorporated as one of its original Townships. Villages in Elizabeth Township were Boston, Greenock, Buena Vista, Industry, and Blythedale. Later the areas of Blaine Hill, Mt. Vernon, Victory, and Central were created.
Elizabeth Township is home to the Great Allegheny Passage Trail. A trail for all seasons follows the scenic Youghiogheny River along the former Pittsburgh and Lake Erie (P&LE) Railroad. The trail’s gentle grade, smooth surface, isolation from motorized traffic, and inherently scenic landscape offers people of all ages and levels of physical ability magnificent settings where they can safely walk, jog, cross country ski, or bicycle. The main access areas of Boston Park, Buena Vista, and Blythedale provide parking, benches, toilets, drinking water, bike racks, visitor information, picnic pavilions and security lighting. River access and historic interpretation signs are provided at key points along the trail. For more information and maps, please visit: www.atatrail.org
Elizabeth Township Municipal Building
522 Rock Run Road
Elizabeth, PA 15037