Locks And Dam 2 - Monongahela River


Locks and Dam 2 is one of nine navigation structures which provide for year-round navigation on the Monongahela River between Pittsburgh, Pa. and Fairmont, West Virginia. It maintains a pool for 12.6 miles upstream to Locks and Dam 3 at Elizabeth, PA. Locks and Dam 2 is located at river mile 11.2 at the city of Braddock, Pa. The lock chambers and operations buildings are situated along the right bank of the river adjacent to a major steel-making plant.


Road access to the project is from 11th Street in Braddock.






11TH STREET Braddock, PA 15104-1704




USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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