A construction marvel drew spectators to the banks of the Allegheny River in Oakmont on Friday.
This is the state’s second annual Winter Driving Awareness Week, a perfect time to brush up on some of the driving laws you need to know.
PennDOT is replacing more than a dozen bridges in Allegheny County.
More than 500 bridges across the state are getting a facelift.
A water line break in the city’s Oakland section turned a busy roadway into a sheet of ice Saturday and caused some major traffic problems.
Pittsburgh Public Works says its working to stay ahead of the storm, keeping a constant eye on the roads.
Snowy conditions caused plenty of headaches for commuters Tuesday morning.
The mechanics were tweaking PennDOT’s trucks Monday, getting loads of salt ready and attaching plows.
Long-suffering South Hills drivers will get no reprieve in 2015 as the work on Route 51 intensifies.
The story of 2015 road construction in PennDOT’s District 11 starts with this:
Nearly a dozen local communities will soon receive traffic signal upgrades.
Depending on where you drive, your commute to work could get a lot easier.
Three water main breaks, and more than a month later, there is good news in the future of Boyce Road.
Route 28 will close down one lane in either direction overnight Saturday.
If you’re driving around the city this weekend, be prepared because PennDOT’s closing part of the Fort Pitt Tunnel.