Today marked the first morning where drivers were forced to deal with the closure of the inbound Liberty Tunnel.
Beginning Tuesday at 8 p.m., the inbound – or northbound – Liberty Tunnel will be closed.
There’s a little bit of good news for drivers who use the Liberty Tunnel.
Plug a tunnel and you get – slow, crawling, agonizing traffic.
The outbound Liberty Tunnel will close Friday night at 8 p.m. and remain closed for 16 days.
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What asphalt the big trucks and traffic have not chewed up already on the southernmost portion of Route 51 in Allegheny County – milling machines will remove with the breezes of spring.
The Liberty Tunnels were closed shortly Sunday after a gas leak was suspected.
A man has been arrested following an early Thursday morning police chase that started in Mount Lebanon.
If your pathway to black and gold fandom takes you on Route 65 this weekend, you need to be aware of some lane restrictions.
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 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.