One person was injured in an early Monday morning accident in O’Hara Township.
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.
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.
Two people were hurt in an early Friday morning crash in Blawnox.
One person is dead following a violent accident along Route 28 in Millvale late Thursday night.
The “Porkway Pig” is not the only animal bringing traffic to a halt this week along a local roadway. State police in Kittanning say a bull and a cow forced them to shut down the intersection of Routes 28 and 85 in Rayburn Township, Armstrong County Friday morning.
The Tuesday morning commute was not a smooth one for thousands of drivers. The ramp to Route 28 will be closed for more than two weeks, which means commuters will have to follow detours or find a new way in and out of town.
Work on the Veterans Bridge is expected to impact rush hour. Two of the lanes on the bridge northbound will close overnight for resurfacing work, leaving just one open for morning traffic.
State police are investigating after a school bus lost two wheels while carrying students from Elk County who were traveling to Pittsburgh on a field trip.
A 6-year-old boy who was killed in an accident on Route 28 Tuesday night has been identified.
A 6-year-old boy was killed in an accident on Route 28. A blue vehicle and a white pick-up truck crashed in the northbound lanes at about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
PennDOT District 11 announced that Route 28 southbound will be closed Wednesday night at the 40th Street Bridge in Millvale.
PennDOT is gearing up for dozens of projects in 2012 that are sure to cause some headaches for drivers.
An anonymous donor and the Armstrong County District Attorney have put up a $1,500 reward for information that leads to the driver in this case.
Working inches away from 60 mile per hour traffic is obviously dangerous, but state police have had it with drivers making it more dangerous than necessary.