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.
After a quick lesson on the course, students from 10 area high schools showed off their skills behind the wheel.
PennDOT is revealing its plans for your money. Those higher fees for drivers are going help foot the bill for 250 transportation projects statewide, nearly two dozen of them right here in southwestern Pennsylvania.
When Gov. Tom Corbett signed Act 89, the Transportation Funding Bill, last November, it meant a hike in the gasoline tax and other PennDOT fees that are being phased in over the next couple years.
If you thought the gasoline tax hike in Pennsylvania on Jan. 1 was the last of the tax increases associated with the Transportation Funding Bill — well, think again.
A road construction project could be causing some traffic headaches for the next few months in Hampton Township.
The Fort Pitt Tunnels are now fully re-opened, making it a little easier for the thousands of people packing into Downtown Pittsburgh for the Saint Patrick’s Day festivities.
PennDOT shut down the inbound Fort Pitt Tunnel at 9 p.m. Friday for emergency repairs.
Putting the plows back on their trucks was the last thing local public works crews wanted to do today.