A $2.5 billion transportation bill, which was passed by the Senate, is now in the hands of the House. Everyone would be impacted in one way or another.
The latest round of winter weather arrived in our area around midnight and impactedthe Wednesday morning commute.
Snow showers are moving through the region today, and some of those could cause white-out conditions.
Entering the Parkway West just before the Fort Pitt Tunnel is about the last place anyone would want their brakes to stop working.
These nuisance snows are starting to take their toll — not only physically, but financially.
More snow is rolling through this week.
A multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 79 had traffic blocked up.
Road crews are at it again, preparing for another round of snow.
PennDOT has been working overnight to clear and salt the roads, but not everyone’s having an easy time getting around.
One person was taken to the hospital and another was injured after a crash caused by black ice.
Repairs are underway after an early-morning water main broke in Beechview.
Fort Pitt Boulevard is open again after a water main break last week.
For some motorists in the Pittsburgh area Monday night, winter driving was put to the test, especially before salt trucks began making their rounds.
Reduced speeds have been imposed on nearly 300 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike due to the approaching winter storm.
PennDOT crews say they will monitor the weather situation throughout the night and then act accordingly.