It’s been more than two months since a crash involving two Port Authority buses, and there has been a lot of back and forth about what is to blame for the accident
It was back on Sept. 22 when a bus tumbled out of control off the Parkway North and down onto Evergreen Road.
A witness to a recent accident between two Port Authority buses has come forward and is now helping in the investigation.
One person was injured after two Port Authority buses crashed Friday morning.
Three people were injured when a Port Authority “T” train struck a vehicle this afternoon in Dormont.
Investigators met with prosecutors Wednesday about the Port Authority bus crash last month that sent a bus over a hillside and injured a driver.
Three days after a bus ended up shattered on Evergreen Road, accident investigators were at the Port Authority garage going over the crash with a fine tooth comb.
A union leader is taking issue with a western Pennsylvania transit agency’s contention that two bus drivers may have been engaging in reckless behavior before one of them crashed.
An accident that forced a Port Authority over a hillside Monday afternoon appears to have been caused by reckless driving.
A Port Authority bus has gone over a hillside on the North Side.
Pittsburgh Police are investigating after a man was wounded when gunfire rang out Friday night in the city’s Knoxville section.
Nothing is quite as aggravating as waiting and waiting for a bus to come or just missing a bus that was running early.
The Port Authority is making some service changes.
The Pittsburgh-area’s public transit agency is encouraging riders to suggest names for a bus-tracking smartphone app.
Led by Governor Corbett, public officials cut the ribbon on what they call a super stop with a new bus shelter and other amenities to accommodate thousands of commuters who use Robinson Town Center as a base to shuttle in and out of town to jobs in this growing region of Allegheny County.