If you’re coming into town this weekend, there are some big road projects you need to know about.
Commuters that use the Squirrel Hill Tunnels can forget about using the radio and cell phones at least through 2014 while construction is going on.
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The Tuesday morning commute was not a smooth one for thousands of drivers. The ramp to Route 28 will be closed for more than two weeks, which means commuters will have to follow detours or find a new way in and out of town.
The “bathtub” area of the Parkway East is scheduled to close this weekend.
PennDOT will begin a multi-million dollar project on some of the city’s main arteries Monday night.
Several months and millions of dollars later, McArdle Roadway near Mount Washington reopened on Monday.
Today’s warm weather isn’t the only indication that spring has arrived, as Friday marks the grand opening of the 31st annual Home and Garden Show at the David Lawrence Convention Center.
A permanent fix to a sliding hillside along McArdle Roadway is taking a lot longer than expected. Crews have been working on the hillside non-stop since a landslide back in the beginning of January. Unfortunately, that work won’t be ending for at least another month.
PennDOT is gearing up for dozens of projects in 2012 that are sure to cause some headaches for drivers.
Just because winter is here, doesn’t mean drivers won’t have to dodge those dreaded orange barrels. Thanks to warmer than average temperatures and a lack of snow, construction season isn’t slowing down just yet. In fact, crews will be busy with several big projects this week.
Officials with PennDOT say completion on the Route 48 Boston Bridge rehabilitation project has been delayed because of a recent theft.
Going for a weekend drive? Before you hit the road make sure to check your local road closures!
PennDOT District 11′s weekend construction on several highways and bridges will affect drivers on numerous traffic routes.
Just a few months ago, it was considered one of the most run-down, worn out bridges in our area. On Monday, about 18,000 drivers are getting their first chance to drive on the newly rebuilt Boston Bridge.