Today marked the first morning where drivers were forced to deal with the closure of the inbound Liberty Tunnel.
Beginning Tuesday at 8 p.m., the inbound – or northbound – Liberty Tunnel will be closed.
One lane of traffic on southbound Route 28 will be closed Saturday and Sunday for rock removal work.
There’s a little bit of good news for drivers who use the Liberty Tunnel.
We have smartphones, smart cars, even smart houses, so why not smart traffic signals?
Speed limits on more than 100 miles of two interstates maintained by PennDOT will rise to 70 mph for the first time as part of a pilot program.
Vacationers and road trippers know all too well that Pennsylvania lacks the 70 mile per hour speed limit many other states have.
William Flanigan knows the bus routes on the South Side.
Plug a tunnel and you get – slow, crawling, agonizing traffic.
Some drivers in the Pittsburgh area are finding themselves very frustrated while construction projects have them locked in traffic.
The outbound Liberty Tunnel will close Friday night at 8 p.m. and remain closed for 16 days.
A truck hit an overpass in the Glenfield area, and officials are trying to make sure it’s structurally stable.
After more than 20 years of Pittsburgh winters, summers and rush hours, the Parkway West is in need of an overhaul.
The ongoing road construction on Route 28 is expected to cause traffic delays during a busy weekend on the North Shore and Downtown.
A new robot was put to the test here in Pittsburgh, and it may provide some information about the bridges you drive across every day.