Landslide Route 30 Reopens In East Pittsburgh Following April Landslide By Jakob Lazzaro • Jun 27, 2018 Jakob Lazzaro / 90.5 WESA Listen Listening... / 0:53 Route 30 is open to traffic again following the April landslide that destroyed a 300-foot section of the road near East Pittsburgh. Repairs included shoring up the collapsed hillside, installing a replacement drainage system, and adding a retaining wall anchored by steel piles at the base of the hill. Wolf Seeks Federal Aid For Western Pennsylvania Spring Rains By Associated Press • Jun 22, 2018 Keith Srakocic / AP Pennsylvania's governor is asking for federal help to address costs and damage from heavy rains that caused landslides in the Pittsburgh area earlier this year. PennDOT In Overdrive To Rebuild, And Reinforce, Route 30 By Margaret J. Krauss • May 21, 2018 Margaret J. Krauss / 90.5 WESA Construction crews are working around the clock to rebuild a section of Route 30 in East Pittsburgh, about 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. The road has been closed since April 7, when it collapsed due to a landslide. East Pittsburgh Tenants, Commuters Adjusting To Life After Landslide By Adelina Lancianese • Apr 27, 2018 Gov. Tom Wolf / Flickr It's been nearly three weeks since a devastating landslide collapsed part of Route 30 and displaced apartment tenants in East Pittsburgh. Route 30 In East Pittsburgh Should Reopen By Mid-July, PennDOT Says By Kathleen J. Davis • Apr 17, 2018 Governor Tom Wolf / Flickr Officials with Pennsylvania's Department of Transportation say the 300-foot section of Route 30 that collapsed during a landslide in East Pittsburgh earlier this month will re-open in mid-July. Displacement And Detours Along The Route 30 Landslide Site Are Temporary, Officials Say By Adelina Lancianese • Apr 9, 2018 Keith Srakocic / AP Route 30 near East Pittsburgh had been buckling for weeks under the stress of continued rain and snow until it finally collapsed on Saturday. West Carson Road And Rail Closures Continue With Hillside Cleanup, Explosions By Virginia Alvino Young • Jul 6, 2016 Matt Nemeth / 90.5 WESA Norfolk Southern blasted loose boulders Wednesday from a Mt. Washington hillside that were threatening to tumble onto its railroad tracks and a busy city road below.