The Port Authority has changed its policy to allow alcohol to be advertised on its buses and trains, which will allow them to gain more revenue.
For almost two decades, a penny of every dollar you’ve spent in Allegheny County has gone to the Regional Asset District Board — the “RAD” board for short — a group of appointed members who decide how and where one percent of county sales tax money is spent.
Sunday’s Steelers game and the Pitt game on Saturday will be two big tests for the North Shore Connector.
The largest service cuts in the history of the Port Authority are on hold, at least for the next year; but the fight for funding is far from over. The Port Authority is looking to tap the Regional Asset Sales Tax to shore up its funding; however, arts groups funded by RAD say that’s not what the tax is for.
The Port Authority has announced changes to some bus routes. They will go into place at the end of the month. About 25 routes are affected. The agency says these are routine adjustments and are […]
If you’re using the trolley or buses this weekend, be ready for some delays.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek was joined on his show today by KDKA Radio’s own Keith James and County Executive Rich Fitzgerald to discuss the new plan for the Port Authority.
The latest round of Port Authority service cuts have been put on hold for now after vote Tuesday morning.
It’s not yet a done deal, but on Sunday, Port Authority bus drivers took a giant step to enabling the restoration of public transit service cuts in September.
The Steeler first preseason game is now in the books and the learning curve rolls on. Not the learning curve for the guys in black and gold, this is the learning curve for fans trying to get to the game.
The deepest cuts in Port Authority history are slated to go into effect in two weeks, but there is growing hope they can be avoided. Port Authority unions voted to ratify a new contract Sunday evening.
Port Authority, the county and the Amalgamated Transit Union were mum on the details, issuing a joint statement saying only that they will put the tentative pact in front of the union membership a week from Sunday.
Public transit as we know it will continue with no major cuts if the deal being worked on right now gets finalized and signed off on in the next week or so.
Constant, steady and heavy rains throughout the day caused flash flooding that paralyzed some of the busiest roads in the South Hills Friday afternoon. Now, cleanup is underway as local residents and business try and pick up the pieces after a very big mess.
It was a frustrating commute this morning for people who use the Port Authority’s trolley service. Officials with the Port Authority say a ventilation system problem brought light rail service to a grinding halt. It stranded many people on their way to work.