Latest Pittsburgh Traffic
The Squirrel Hill Tunnel may not be closing this weekend, but PennDOT will still be working on some projects, affecting traffic.
Traveling Interstate 79 through Butler County may take you a little longer, at least for the next several months. Construction on a new project kicked off Thursday morning.
In a sign that warmer days are just around the corner, PennDOT announced some of its major spring road projects on Friday.
PennDOT is preparing to make a major fix to a busy road in the North Hills. Large chunks of concrete are falling from the McKnight Road Bridge onto the road below.
Few things frustrate commuters more than coming around a bend and seeing a long line of brake lights. And Pittsburgh has more than its fair share of constant hot spots.
PennDOT crews have been called to Churchill this afternoon where the pavement is buckling on a portion of Business Route 22.
As the snow came down, the roads got progressively worse today. It got so bad that traffic came to a near standstill on the Parkway West. The storm arrived right on schedule and created whiteout conditions throughout the late morning hours.
There’s a traffic alert for commuters who plan to use Fort Pitt Boulevard in Downtown Pittsburgh on Thursday.
During the height of Wednesday’s snowfall, at least two major roads were closed — Route 28 and the Parkway West. But were those closures really necessary?
A new traffic pattern is in place on route 28.
There are new details on the construction on Route 28. A major hang up for the project has been St. Nicholas Church. On Thursday, demolition plans for the church were revealed, but there are also big changes that drivers will see starting on Friday.
If your weekend plans include a trip on the Parkway East, you may want to reconsider or at least allow for lots of extra time.
It’s small in scope, but major in impact. We’re closing in on “Road Closed” signs going up in the Golden Triangle. Built in 1930, the Fancourt Bridge desperately needs to be replaced. And its closure on Thursday is expected to have quite an impact.
The Labor Day weekend is here and that means people are hitting the roads for one last summer getaway. So how will travelers fare with construction and gas prices?