It’s taken over six years and cost more than $100 million, but today, PennDOT and the governor gathered to mark the complete reopening of Route 28.
The end is near for the construction project on Route 28, but not before drivers have to deal with a few more changes.
The big construction project on Interstate 79 continues this weekend.
The ongoing road construction on Route 28 is expected to cause traffic delays during a busy weekend on the North Shore and Downtown.
The Fort Pitt Tunnels are now fully re-opened, making it a little easier for the thousands of people packing into Downtown Pittsburgh for the Saint Patrick’s Day festivities.
PennDOT shut down the inbound Fort Pitt Tunnel at 9 p.m. Friday for emergency repairs.
Crews are worked to clean up after a big water main break in Wilkinsburg early Tuesday morning.
A tractor trailer crash closed down part of Route 28 Wednesday night near the Highland Park Bridge.
Traveling near the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium may be a bit tricky starting in September.
Thousands of commuters trying to get into town Thursday morning got a taste of what it’s going to be like with the inbound Liberty Tunnel closed.
Drivers who use the Liberty Tunnel can expect come changes and detours starting tonight.
There is both good news and bad news for drivers who use the Liberty Tunnel.
The West Carson Street closure is now in place.
The city’s traffic nightmares are only going to get worse – starting this weekend.
Tunnels are the Achilles’ heel of Pittsburgh traffic, so when the outbound Liberty Tunnel closes at 10 p.m. for 16 days, there’s going to be a lot more traffic in the downtown area.