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Tunnel
Location type: Tunnel
Location address: United States, Allegheny
Number of texts: 2
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The Fort Pitt Tunnel carries Interstate 376 (Interstate 279 prior to June 10, 2009), US 22, US 30, and US 19 Truck between Downtown Pittsburgh and its West End neighborhood in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It has two lanes both inbound and outbound. The tunnel travels beneath Mount Washington. Its northern ramps lead directly to the double-deck Fort Pitt Bridge. To mesh with the bridge, the North portal has openings at two levels, with the eastern opening leading to the top deck of the bridge. At the South portal the openings are at the same level. “FORT PITT TUNNEL” is mounted in small letters on a grey marblestone frame-like entranceway above the South portal, with large letters used in the North portal frame.

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“Feeling infinite” driving through the tunnel

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