Closed in March of 2011, drivers have spent two and a half years in detour purgatory.
Nearly a year to the day after a fatal crash on 2nd Avenue, changes have been made to the road.
The Parkway East from Churchill to Monroeville is a commuter’s dream. But from Churchill to the city, it is one of Pittsburgh’s most frustrating, irritating, aggravating ribbons on asphalt.
No one would want a huge garbage truck parked in front of their home for months. But some people on Dewey Street in Etna fear that a garbage truck and a tree-trimming crane could be trapped in their neighborhood for a while.
Jeannette business owners say they are struggling because construction is keeping away their customers.
From road construction to bridge improvements, it seems like PennDOT always has something in the works.
On Thursday, PennDOT will hold its first ever online public meeting. PennDOT Secretary and State Transportation Commission Chairman Barry Schoch will do the talking.
The Port Authority readily acknowledges there were some unexpected hiccups in the early days of the North Shore connector.
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.
Pennsylvania is among the nation’s leaders in bridges that both lack backup protection against collapse in case a single, vital component fails and are designated by highway officials as being in need of repair, an Associated Press review of national bridge records found.
As packed as the North Shore was Friday night for the Pirates game, daylight will undoubtedly bring even more cars to the lots.
There is a “never say die” quality about these Pittsburgh Pirates that resonates with the fans.
Continued construction on Route 28 will slow down weekend drivers on Friday and Saturday.
Defined and separated by our three rivers, we are a community dependent on our bridges.
It was the moment drivers were waiting for.