Fort Pitt Bridge
The Spruce Street-Spruce Run Bridge that carries Route 65 over the corner of Ben Avon will be the first to see the new weight restrictions in Allegheny County.
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.
A line of thunderstorms packing heavy rains is causing flooding issues around the area.
Police are investigating an accident in Downtown Pittsburgh Friday morning that left at least one person injured.
It’s small in scope, but major in impact. We’re closing in on “Road Closed” signs going up in the Golden Triangle. Built in 1930, the Fancourt Bridge desperately needs to be replaced. And its closure on Thursday is expected to have quite an impact.
Many road construction projects are starting to wind down, but PennDOT is about to launch a new project that they want motorists to be well forewarned about.
A three-vehicle accident on the Parkway East left six people injured and brought the Thursday morning commute to a grinding halt.
If you’re coming into town this weekend, there are some big road projects you need to know about.
If you are out and about this weekend, you will likely see a lot of construction.
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.
A tractor trailer accident and fuel spill on the lower deck of the Fort Pitt Bridge stalled traffic and caused some major backups Wednesday morning.
Several bridges have been inspected and reopened, but the Coast Guard and River Rescue crews continue work today to clear the navigational channel on the Monongahela River after three barges broke loose on the water overnight.
As the new year begins, PennDOT’s District 11 is dotting the “i”s and crossing the “t”s on bids and contracts for the upcoming major construction work for 2012. And there will be equal opportunity pain for commuters from all directions.
Everyone from Pittsburgh knows that Mt. Washington is the best place to take in the sights of downtown; but it’s not the only place in town with an amazing view of the city.