Get ready for another frustrating weekend on the parkway east.
Allegheny County sheriff’s deputies arrived at a body shop Monday morning to evict the last remaining business owner along the Route 28 construction zone.
Between the Pirates game and Skyblast Saturday night and the Great Race on Sunday, a lot of people will be traveling into the city this weekend. However, it could be difficult reaching your destination with some big construction projects.
It was a ceremonial bill signing by Gov. Tom Corbett in New Kensington, embracing public private partnerships – or P3 – for transportation initiatives in the state.
It’s small in scope, but major in impact. We’re closing in on “Road Closed” signs going up in the Golden Triangle. Built in 1930, the Fancourt Bridge desperately needs to be replaced. And its closure on Thursday is expected to have quite an impact.
In the midst of continuing court hearings on the state’s controversial voter ID program, Governor Tom Corbett defended the new photo identification law that opponents say could keep thousands from voting on November 6th.
PennDOT is changing the requirements for IDs, making it easier for everyone to get one before the November election. Now all you need is your Social Security number, but opponents say the change comes too late.
PennDOT is opening driver licensing centers on the day before Election Day.
Many road construction projects are starting to wind down, but PennDOT is about to launch a new project that they want motorists to be well forewarned about.
Parishioners at Carnegie’s First Christian Church on Anthony Street say they are sick and tired of having to make a mad dash to get to the church from the parking lot across the street.
Allegheny County Judge Michael McCarthy ruled that the owner of an auto body shop on Route 28 must vacate the property by Oct. 1.
A local autobody shop owner is fighting for his business after he may be forced to relocate due to plans to expand the busy Route 28.
PennDot’s Dan Cessna joined Host Mike Pintek for Tuesday’s Q&A session on KDKA NewsRadio 1020.
The new school year is bringing new frustrations for some parents in Pittsburgh city schools. Parents are concerned because their children have to walk through rough areas to get to school.
The Labor Day weekend is here and that means people are hitting the roads for one last summer getaway. So how will travelers fare with construction and gas prices?
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