PennDOT Plans Improvements To Route 28 At Highland Park BridgePenndot is planning to create two through lanes at the Route 28 and Highland Park Bridge interchange to speed up traffic flow.
PennDOT, Pittsburgh Snow Plow Trackers Available OnlineWith snow in the forecast, drivers will want to know if roads in their area have been cleared before they head out.
Drivers Report Issues With McKnight Road Adaptive Traffic SignalsIt’s beginning to look a lot like McKnightmare, up and down the road.
PennDOT Looking To Fill Plow, Salt Truck Driving Positions Ahead Of WinterPennDOT is scrambling to fill plow and salt truck driving positions before winter moves into Pennsylvania.
Area Police Depts. Launch Operation Safe Holiday, Crack Down On Impaired, Unbelted DriversToo many people were injured, or died in crashes during the holiday season in 2016, so police are cracking down, starting now.
Public Invited To Vote In Paint The Plow ContestPennDOT is inviting people to vote for their favorite in the District 10 Paint The Plow contest.
Bridge To Get Dramatic Facelift, Could Have Major Impact On TrafficPennDOT says it will be giving the Commercial Street Bridge a $123 million facelift, and it could have major impacts on traffic.
Traffic Headaches Possible During Busy Football, Farm Aid WeekendBetween a Pitt game, Farm Aid, and the Steelers’ home opener, it's going to be a busy weekend in Pittsburgh.
Liberty Bridge Closing Despite Busy Weekend DowntownPennDOT is not oblivious to everything that is going on downtown this weekend, but the Liberty Bridge is still scheduled for a total closure from Friday night until Monday morning.
Final Phase Of Liberty Tunnel Project Begins TonightThe fifth and final phase of the Liberty Tunnel project begins tonight and there are plenty of closures coming up.
Rainy Summer Wreaks Havoc On PennDOT Construction ScheduleAll the rain this summer has wreaked havoc on PennDOT's road construction schedule.
Get Marty: PennDOT Paperwork Error Sends Woman’s Car To PoundA Pittsburgh woman had her car towed and immediately called “Get Marty.”