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Is PennDot obligated to have the sidewalk clear for pedestrians?

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jonawebb

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Feb 10 2014 at 9:39am #

gg wrote:The sign is now moved from the Highland Park Bridge sidewalk. Thank you for whoever contacted them.

You’re welcome — I just got the notice from PennDOT that they’d closed the complaint. So, that worked.


StuInMcCandless

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Feb 10 2014 at 3:37pm #

I drove across the McKees Rocks Bridge on Saturday. Sidewalks have not been touched, AFAICT.


buffalo buffalo

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Feb 19 2014 at 6:31pm #

Someone was killed in DC last week when he was hit by a car walking over the JP Sousa Bridge because the sidewalks were impassible due to snow. (Via DCist, others)

.@PennDOTNews How long until s/o gets killed because you refuse to plow sidewalks on Highland Park, other bridges? http://t.co/PiKGCB8xpdmoi


gg

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Sep 17 2014 at 11:11am #

There is another sign blocking the sidewalk on the Highland Park Bridge. It is for the Hulton Bridge closing, which is from this Friday-Sunday. I guess I can live with it if they take it down on Monday, but they probably won’t. I use a Mac, so I don’t think I can suggest removal of the sign base to the barrier like all the other signs. Such a pain. Thanks if anyone can file a complaint with PennDot.


gg

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Sep 24 2014 at 11:39am #

Fixed. I got parallels now, so I can do this myself.

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