A three-vehicle accident on the Parkway East left six people injured and brought the Thursday morning commute to a grinding halt.
Traffic has slowed down on the Parkway East because of an accident. This is happening on the inbound side near Swissvale.
If you travel on the Parkway East during rush hour, you know how jammed it can get. Besides renovating the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, PennDOT is looking into another way to help keep traffic flowing.
A police chase that led to a violent crash involving an alleged stolen car caused traffic problems for several hours along a stretch of the Parkway East Sunday night.
Drivers are getting a break this weekend – sort of. The “bathtub” section of the Parkway East downtown – also known as Parkway Central will be completely closed until noon Saturday.
More road construction means another round of closures and more traffic headaches for drivers. In addition to another closure of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, PennDOT has major plans for Route 28 – it’s a stretch that is already a mess on most days.
A fuel spill tied up traffic during the noon hour on the Parkway East.
A man who led police on a chase over the weekend is on the run again after walking out of a hospital.
If you’re coming into town this weekend, there are some big road projects you need to know about.
Trash and litter strewn along state highways is an eyesore and a terrible burden on PennDOT road crews. But now PennDOT’s getting some help picking up from a place that’s normally in the business of taking things off – clothes that is.
Another weekend, another round of road construction that could cause traffic problems for drivers in the city of Pittsburgh.
Police believe a mess on the Parkway East Monday morning was the result of a hit-and-run.
The “bathtub” area of the Parkway East is scheduled to close this weekend.
The so-called “bathtub” section of the Parkway East will be closed this weekend for roadwork. “Essentially from the Grant Street off-ramp to the Fort Pitt Bridge approaches,” PennDOT District 11 spokesman Jim Struzzi said.
PennDOT will begin a multi-million dollar project on some of the city’s main arteries Monday night.