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Old 01-13-2008, 11:03 AM
 
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what would be the quickest way to get from sewickley (ohio river blvd) to the robinson town center? we were looking at a place there and found a couple ways but didnt have time to analyze which was quicker.
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Old 01-13-2008, 11:10 AM
 
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There are lots of ways to do that, I'd say the quickest would have to be going across the Sewickley Bridge head South on 51 and turn right onto Thorn Run Road, follow that through Moon and get on 60 and head south again until the mall exit.
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Old 01-13-2008, 11:51 AM
 
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Either that, or cross the bridge, head north on 51 for just a bit until it becomes university blvd. in Moon, then take that onto 60 south from the blvd (you'll turn left onto it after you get past the Sheetz on the right), then to the mall exit. The only reason I say this way is because I notice sometimes the traffic on thorn run road is a lot worse than the traffic on University blvd. Either way, this way and the aforementoined way are your two fastest routes.
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Old 01-13-2008, 01:02 PM
 
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okay, thanks. we are looking to move there possibly. we just weren't sure if we saw the whole town. we were told it was a rich area, but we saw no big houses or anyhting. i think we missed some of the neighborhood. though, i did see alot of nice cars. more there than anywhere ive been in pittsburgh so far. plenty of nice dealerships too. though, we didn't see many restaurants or even much of anything.

we just cant figure out why the courtyards @ sewickley are so cheap, as everything else in sewickley is so expensive. hope it's a good find, the outside is a little scary.
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