PennDOT Reopens Liberty Bridge To TrafficPennDOT has reopened the Liberty Bridge to traffic, weeks after a fire caused major damage to the structure.
Progress Made Overnight On Liberty BridgeThere was some real progress on the Liberty Bridge on Tuesday night.
Crews Fixing Liberty Bridge To Rehearse Jacking Effort Before Beginning ProcessDrivers, get ready for some not-so-good news from PennDOT: there’s been another setback in the efforts to repair the fire-damaged Liberty Bridge.
Key Parts For Liberty Bridge Repairs Arrive In PittsburghA key part needed to make repairs on the Liberty Bridge arrived in Pittsburgh Tuesday. The large beam was delivered to the bridge using a barge.
Liberty Bridge To Be Closed At Least An Additional WeekThe Liberty Bridge will not be reopening on schedule.
PennDOT: Crews Working Aggressively To Fix Liberty Bridge, But Won’t Rush To Make DeadlineWorkers are ramping up their efforts to fix the fire damage on the Liberty Bridge.
Contractor Facing Stiff Fines For Liberty Bridge ClosureThe contractor responsible for the fire on the Liberty Bridge could be facing millions in fines.
Liberty Bridge Fire Burned To 1,200 Degrees, Contractor Taking ResponsibilityWelding sparks flew on Friday, igniting an intense fire that burned to 1,200 degrees and began melting the major support beam of the Liberty Bridge.
Liberty Bridge Was 'Minutes From Collapse' During Fire, Repair Timeline AnnouncedThe Liberty Bridge will continue to be closed until September 12, as crews work to repair damage done during a fire on Friday.
River Traffic Allowed To Resume Underneath Liberty BridgeAccording to a press release from PennDOT, river traffic has been allowed to resume underneath the damaged Liberty Bridge.
PennDOT: Liberty Bridge Damage Could Cause 'Catastrophic Failure'A large cloud of black smoke was seen in the area of the Liberty Bridge on Friday.
PennDOT, Pa. Turnpike Propose Speed-Monitoring Cameras To Ensure Work Zone SafetyWith all the road projects underway throughout the summer, it can be dangerous for construction workers. PennDOT has now come up with a new way to keep an eye on drivers and try to slow them down.