PA Turnpike Cranberry Exit 28 Westbound to Close Overnight
Westbound ramp closure needed to remove a disabled tractor trailer and make roadway repairs.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission advises I-76 motorists traveling between the Butler Valley Interchange, Exit 39, and the Cranberry Interchange, Exit 28, the westbound Cranberry exit ramp will be closed tonight at 7 p.m., to reopen tomorrow, at 5 a.m. April 5.
This overnight westbound ramp closure is needed to allow authorized service crews to safely complete the removal of a disabled tractor trailer truck from the westbound exit ramp and complete guiderail repairs around the accident.
Motorists traveling west on the Turnpike will experience a westbound single lane from milepost 31 to milepost 28. Westbound motorists will be able to proceed past the closed ramp west towards Ohio. Motorists will not be able to exit at the westbound Cranberry Interchange, Exit 28, and should exit at the Butler Valley Interchange, Exit 39, if heading to Cranberry Twp., Butler County.
During that time drivers should use the following recommended detour when exiting westbound at Butler Valley Interchange, Exit 39:
Follow State Route 8 north (6.6 miles)
State Route 228 west (8.7 miles) towards Cranberry Twp.
During the closure, expect higher traffic volumes on detour roads. Message boards will be in place to inform customers of the closure.
To report an accident or other emergency on the PA Turnpike, dial *11 via mobile phone. To learn more about PA Turnpike conditions, use one of these resources:
ON THE TURNPIKE
- 511PA Smartphone App: real-time, hands-free PA traffic advisories
- Waze Smartphone App: real-time alerts from other drivers
- Digital Message Signs: more than 100 boards along the Turnpike
ON THE WEB
- Turnpike Travel Conditions Map: live, interactive map
- 511: dial from any PA roadway for local travel information
- Pennsylvania Turnpike Customer Assistance Center: 1-800-331-3414, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Outside U.S., please call 717-831-7601)