Vote On Future Of Mon-Fayette Expressway Extension DelayedThe Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission has delayed a vote on the future of the proposed Mon-Fayette Expressway extension until members find out whether the money can be used for other projects in the region.
Tractor Trailer Rolls Over In Robinson Twp.An accident involving a tractor trailer caused some traffic problems this morning in Robinson Township.
Long-Term Change On I-376 Could Cause Headaches For People Headed To AirportA long-term change on a busy local highway begins this weekend.
Bank Robbery Sparks Chase, Ends In Crash On ParkwayA state police vehicle was involved in an accident on I-376 eastbound on Thursday.
3-Car Crash Shuts Down The Parkway EastThe Parkway East was shut down Monday night for a three-car crash.
Outbound Fort Pitt Tunnel To Close Every Night This WeekThe outbound Fort Pitt Tunnel will be closed overnight this week as repairs and construction continue.
3 Injured In Violent I-376 Head-On CrashState police are investigating a violent head-on crash along Interstate 376 in Beaver County.
Parkway West Construction Zone About To Become Tighter SqueezeAn already tight squeeze in the construction zone on the Parkway West is about to get tighter as PennDOT gets ready to place more jersey barriers along the roadway.
Man Dead After Parkway East AccidentOne man is dead following an accident on the Parkway East late this morning near the Squirrel Hill Tunnels.
Rt. 22 Reopens, After Water Main Break Causes Traffic MessA water main break was the source of some major traffic headaches today along busy Route 22 in Monroeville.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Truck In Pulaski Twp.A pedestrian was hit and killed by a truck this morning on Interstate 376 in Pulaski Township, Lawrence County.
Truck Spills Concrete On Vanport Bridge In Beaver CountyA concrete truck spilled some of its load late Tuesday afternoon on the Beaver Valley Expressway in Potter Township and now a man will be cited. The spill on the Vanport Bridge resulted in a single lane closure as PennDOT crews brought in trucks and other equipment needed to clean up the mess.