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Static Display • PA601E

I-376 S/L 1 mile E/O I-79

This unobstructed 75’ tall illuminated static billboard display captures westbound traffic on I-376 coming from the Pittsburgh area and heading directly towards I-79. This stretch of I-376 is one of the busiest routes in Pittsburgh because of traffic merging from I-79 and other nearby roads. At 740 sq. ft., this display is one
of the largest and most unique sizes of any billboard in the entire Pittsburgh region

Static Display • PA600W

I-376, 1 mile West of I-79 – West Facing

This high profile illuminated static bulletin captures eastbound traffic on I-376 coming from Carnegie and heading directly into the Pittsburgh metro area. This stretch of I-376 is one of the busiest routes in Pittsburgh because of traffic merging from I-79 and other nearby roads.

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Digital Display • PA603N

Route 28, ½ a mile South of Route 910 – North Facing

This high profile digital billboard captures southbound traffic on Route 28 from the Allegheny Valley heading directly into the Pittsburgh downtown area. This unit reaches heavy commuter traffic from Harmar, Tarentum, and Natrona Heights. Route 28 is the only thoroughfare for traffic leaving the Pittsburgh Mills Shopping Center to downtown Pittsburgh.

  • 8-second spots every 64 seconds
  • 1250 spots per day
  • Digital display is live 24 hours/day
  • No production charges

Digital Display • PA602S

Route 28, ½ a mile South of Route 910 – South Facing

This high profile digital billboard captures southbound traffic on Route 28 from the Allegheny Valley heading directly into the Pittsburgh downtown area. This unit reaches heavy commuter traffic from Harmar, Tarentum, and Natrona Heights. Route 28 is the only thoroughfare for traffic leaving the Pittsburgh Mills Shopping Center to downtown Pittsburgh.

  • 8-second spots every 64 seconds
  • 1250 spots per day
  • Digital display is live 24 hours/day
  • No production charges
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