It’s no secret how deficient this nation’s infrastructure has become.
Pothole blitz is in full swing.
You will likely want to stay off the road starting Sunday night.
The mechanics were tweaking PennDOT’s trucks Monday, getting loads of salt ready and attaching plows.
A freezing rain advisory was in effect for the Pittsburgh area until 10 a.m. Saturday morning.
Icy roads led to two accidents involving tractor trailers along Interstate 79.
The Parkway West and Fort Pitt Tunnel inbound remain closed due to icy conditions.
People in Somerset and Westmoreland counties started seeing snowflakes early Wednesday morning.
The city will work to repair potholes this week as part of a three-day “Pothole Blitz.”
A busy stretch of Route 28 will be closed for several hours overnight.
The rewards for surviving last winter’s punishing weather are tight supplies and drastic price increases for road salt across much of the U.S.
Right now you can drive north on Interstate 79 from West Virginia, turn east on Interstate 80 and never pay a toll within Pennsylvania.
More Pittsburgh streets could get attention now that the city has come up with an extra $3 million for road paving.
When Gov. Tom Corbett signed Act 89, the Transportation Funding Bill, last November, it meant a hike in the gasoline tax and other PennDOT fees that are being phased in over the next couple years.
If you thought the gasoline tax hike in Pennsylvania on Jan. 1 was the last of the tax increases associated with the Transportation Funding Bill — well, think again.