What asphalt the big trucks and traffic have not chewed up already on the southernmost portion of Route 51 in Allegheny County – milling machines will remove with the breezes of spring.
It has been years in the making, but thousands of drivers can once again access the 31st Street Bridge from Route 28 for the first time since March of 2011.
Closed in March of 2011, drivers have spent two and a half years in detour purgatory.
The Parkway East from Churchill to Monroeville is a commuter’s dream. But from Churchill to the city, it is one of Pittsburgh’s most frustrating, irritating, aggravating ribbons on asphalt.
Jeannette business owners say they are struggling because construction is keeping away their customers.
From road construction to bridge improvements, it seems like PennDOT always has something in the works.
On Thursday, PennDOT will hold its first ever online public meeting. PennDOT Secretary and State Transportation Commission Chairman Barry Schoch will do the talking.
As packed as the North Shore was Friday night for the Pirates game, daylight will undoubtedly bring even more cars to the lots.
There is a “never say die” quality about these Pittsburgh Pirates that resonates with the fans.
Traveling near the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium may be a bit tricky starting in September.
The multiyear process of transforming Route 28 from the 20th century to the 21st has picked up speed. For all that time you’ve spent crawling towards the one lane merge point on 28, this one’s for you.
If your pathway to black and gold fandom takes you on Route 65 this weekend, you need to be aware of some lane restrictions.
Driving Route 28 these days is not for the steering wheel timid.
The West Carson Street closure is now in place.
The city’s traffic nightmares are only going to get worse – starting this weekend.