Pittsburgh Highways
East Liberty Expressway


Proposed in 1963 as a part of the Pittsburgh Area Transportation Plan, the East Liberty Expressway was proposed to relieve the Penn-Lincoln Parkway East of about 20,000 vehicles a day.  Interchanges would have been constructed at the following locations:

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This expressway's life came to an end in the mid-1970s when the Department of Transportation dropped the axe on urban expressway construction.

Links:
Oakland Crosstown Freeway (Cancelled)
Northern Circumferential (Cancelled)
Rodi Road Expressway (Cancelled)


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Page updated August 31, 2005.
Content and graphics, unless otherwise noted, copyright Jeffrey J. Kitsko. All rights reserved.
Information courtesy of the Pittsburgh Area Transportation Plan.