The Port Authority is making it easier for riders to find bus or T stops.
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.
Protestors took to the streets of Pittsburgh today to speak out against the Port Authority of Allegheny County’s proposed service cuts and layoffs.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks with State Rep. Paul Costa, D-Allegheny, about his proposal to install red light cameras to catch drivers who blow through intersections.
Filming of the new ‘Batman’ movie is going to affect traffic around the city of Pittsburgh for the next couple of weeks.
It’s not a new concept, but carpooling is becoming more popular and now it’s going high tech. There’s a website now that matches up drivers throughout all of western Pennsylvania with others looking to save on gas and parking costs.
The latest round of Port Authority cuts has reduced the number of routes and bus stops. They have left some people are angry that their bus is too crowded, while others are angry that they have no service at all.
Commuters have had to get used to not being able to park in the Mon Wharf recently. On Monday, it was announced that it won’t be open for the rest of the week.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets played in one of the coldest games ever at Heinz Field on Sunday. On Monday, Pittsburghers had to deal with one of the coldest mornings […]
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