Plug a tunnel and you get – slow, crawling, agonizing traffic.
If you’re driving around town this weekend, it’s all about detours and delays.
Drivers in the East End will have to find another way to get around the Squirrel Hill Tunnel this weekend.
Get ready for some significant delays at the Squirrel Hill Tunnel on the final weekend of the month.
If you’ll be traveling in the area of the Fort Pitt Tunnels late tonight, expect some delays.
A water main break was the source of some major traffic headaches today along busy Route 22 in Monroeville.
The multiyear process of transforming Route 28 from the 20th century to the 21st has picked up speed. For all that time you’ve spent crawling towards the one lane merge point on 28, this one’s for you.
If your pathway to black and gold fandom takes you on Route 65 this weekend, you need to be aware of some lane restrictions.
A small step for PennDOT could be a giant relief for commuters in the South Hills.
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.
The city’s traffic nightmares are only going to get worse – starting this weekend.
Midday on the Liberty Bridge — it was as if everyone got the memo to go another way.
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.
When it comes to concrete, it’s relatively small, just a slip ramp from the Liberty Bridge to the crosstown expressway.