The ongoing road construction on Route 28 is expected to cause traffic delays during a busy weekend on the North Shore and Downtown.
A new robot was put to the test here in Pittsburgh, and it may provide some information about the bridges you drive across every day.
It was a messy morning commute for drivers on Route 28.
Over the seemingly endless life of the Route 28 construction, southbound drivers had endured many changes and overnight Tuesday, it will get messier.
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.
Summer construction season is kicking off and it could mean delays for many drivers.
Bicycles packed Market Square Friday morning as dozens of people took part in Bike to Work Day.
Get ready for some significant delays at the Squirrel Hill Tunnel on the final weekend of the month.
There are big changes coming to the Fort Pitt Tunnel that could have a major effect on traffic this fall.
If you asked your customers how well your business was serving them and 76 percent said “poor,” it would definitely get your attention.
Right now you can drive north on Interstate 79 from West Virginia, turn east on Interstate 80 and never pay a toll within Pennsylvania.
There will be some major headaches for drivers, as two bridge projects get underway.
If you’ll be traveling in the area of the Fort Pitt Tunnels late tonight, expect some delays.
It’s the busiest stretch of road in the region, and in just a few months, it could be shut down.