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Interstate 579 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (173 words)
Interstate 579 is a north-south interstate highway spur route.
The northern terminus of I-579 is at Interstate 279 on the Veterans Bridge, while the southern terminus splits into the Liberty Bridge and Boulevard of the Allies, which continues to eastbound Interstate 376.
I-579 allows Liberty Bridge traffic easy access to I-279, and I-279 southbound traffic easier access to Mellon Arena, downtown, and eastern regions of the city, while I-279 southbound continues to Heinz Field, PNC Park, and Pittsburgh International Airport.
Pennsylvania @ NorthEastRoads.com - Interstate 579 (1524 words)
Interstate 579 reduces to two lanes in each direction, while the connection ramp to 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue splits (as seen in the photo to the right of the mainline).
This is the final reassurance shield assembly along southbound Interstate 579 as the Crosstown Boulevard approaches the ramp to Interstate 376, the Penn-Lincoln Parkway East.
The point where these two ramps merge together is the southern terminus of Interstate 579; the Liberty Bridge is a secondary state route (numbered 3069 based on a white milepost marker, not photographed) that is the connection between downtown and Mount Washington and the Liberty Tunnel.
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