Just because winter is here, doesn’t mean drivers won’t have to dodge those dreaded orange barrels. Thanks to warmer than average temperatures and a lack of snow, construction season isn’t slowing down just yet. In fact, crews will be busy with several big projects this week.
After nearly two decades of construction, a Westmoreland County road is finally reopening to traffic. PennDOT held a celebration to reopen four lanes of traffic along Route 22 near the Indiana County line.
Commuters got their first taste of the new detours on Route 65 Monday morning.
PennDOT began work on Route 65 Friday night. The road is closed in both directions and will remain that way for the next four months.
Construction crews are getting a jump on some major weekend road construction projects Thursday night.
The morning rush hour came to a halt earlier today due to confusion over some new detours that went into effect over the weekend; but PennDOT is reviewing the changes and looking
Pittsburgh residents should add in some extra travel time to local destinations this weekend. There will be numerous road closures and restrictions this weekend as road construction season continues.
Two major construction projects get underway today; and regardless of whether you live in the South or North Hills, your commute could soon get a big trickier.
A Monday morning water main break in the West End isn’t the only underground problem for PennDOT. Problems with pipes underground are affecting two local roads and will even force the total shutdown of one of them.
It sounds like downright bragging coming out of Cranberry Township these days when you talk about driving through the heart of the business district.
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PennDOT is finally ready to finish off a major road project south of the Meadows Casino in Washington County nearly 45 years after starting the work.
WEXFORD (KDKA) – This time of year, local students are always hoping for a two-hour delay or even a school closure. However, in a few weeks, some high school students will have to face a […]