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Parking Garage Project
Renovations to the south parking garage begin in June

Beginning on Monday, June 2, work on the south parking garage (the one next to the municipal building) will cause some temporary disruptions in service, as certain floors will be closed for short periods of time while the renovation continues.

The second, third and fourth floors will be closed for the extent of the project, which is expected to last until mid-July, says Mark Quealy, Mt. Lebanon Parking Enforcement Supervisor.

During the renovation, there will be two-way traffic at both the Washington Road entrance and the Florida Avenue exit. Attendants will be stationed at each point to direct traffic.

The work will mean that about 120 parking spaces will not be accessible. South garage permit holders will be permitted to park in the north garage and in the Academy Avenue lot. First-level parking on Florida Avenue will be restricted to permit holders only.

Nathan Contracting will be performing the work at a cost of $1.43 million, almost $800,000 less than the budget estimate. The work includes replacing the cement coating on each of the floors, replacement of barrier cables and work on the entrance ramp.

Once the work on the south garage is finished, Nathan will begin work on the north garage, next to the T station steps on Washington Road.Information about that project will be posted as it becomes available.