With lots of weather changes predicted in the forecast, Pittsburghers are gearing up.
The lines at the Pittsburgh International Airport speak for themselves.
On Interstate 79 south near Canonsburg in Washington County, a PennDOT truck paves the way, not because of a massive amount of snow yet, but to keep ahead of what is to come.
PennDOT driver Frank Caruso is one of many road crews gearing up for the inclement weather expected to hit our region.
On Monday morning, Gov. Tom Corbett signed the most expansive and expensive transportation funding bill in recent years promising major new investments.
It has been years in the making, but thousands of drivers can once again access the 31st Street Bridge from Route 28 for the first time since March of 2011.
If you think the road and bridge repair this past summer was pretty intense, wait until you see what happens next year.
Closed in March of 2011, drivers have spent two and a half years in detour purgatory.
Nearly a year to the day after a fatal crash on 2nd Avenue, changes have been made to the road.
The Parkway East from Churchill to Monroeville is a commuter’s dream. But from Churchill to the city, it is one of Pittsburgh’s most frustrating, irritating, aggravating ribbons on asphalt.
No one would want a huge garbage truck parked in front of their home for months. But some people on Dewey Street in Etna fear that a garbage truck and a tree-trimming crane could be trapped in their neighborhood for a while.
Jeannette business owners say they are struggling because construction is keeping away their customers.
From road construction to bridge improvements, it seems like PennDOT always has something in the works.
On Thursday, PennDOT will hold its first ever online public meeting. PennDOT Secretary and State Transportation Commission Chairman Barry Schoch will do the talking.
The Port Authority readily acknowledges there were some unexpected hiccups in the early days of the North Shore connector.