While it remained open this past weekend, reconstruction of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel has been causing drivers a lot of headaches over the past few weeks. Since PennDOT started its weekend closures of this tunnel a consistent question persists. Why are they taking out the false ceiling?
More road construction means another round of closures and more traffic headaches for drivers. In addition to another closure of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, PennDOT has major plans for Route 28 – it’s a stretch that is already a mess on most days.
Construction projects are the bane of almost anyone’s driving experience, but there is good news you can think about the next time you’re stuck in traffic.
PennDOT kept its promise. The inbound lanes of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel were closed for the weekend on Friday evening.
If you travel the Parkway East or live in the city’s East End, a continuing road construction project could tie up traffic in that area this weekend.
There’s some good news for drivers. Officials with PennDOT say they will delay work on the ramp from Crosstown Boulevard to the Boulevard of the Allies until after the morning rush hour.
The inbound ramp from Route 28 to the Veterans Bridge is closing this evening and it could impact more than just the drivers who use 28.
Another weekend, another round of road construction that could cause traffic problems for drivers in the city of Pittsburgh.
If you are out and about this weekend, you will likely see a lot of construction.
The retail success of North Fayette and Robinson Town Center and mall has not come without a price – traffic jams.
KDKA AM’s John Shumway talks to PennDOT’s Dan Cessna about upcoming road construction.
Going for a weekend drive? Before you hit the road make sure to check your local road closures!
PennDOT wants to remind motorists to be aware of heavy road construction taking place this weekend.
The latest round of construction along Route 65 means a key stretch of the highway will shut down for four months, beginning on Friday.
A major road project is about to get underway and it will be affecting traffic for more than a year. On the Mon River side of the Crosstown, two ramps will close.