Over the seemingly endless life of the Route 28 construction, southbound drivers had endured many changes and overnight Tuesday, it will get messier.
Tons of rock has fallen along Route 28, and now PennDot says they have a plan to clean it up.
There have been many landslides around the area caused by winter weather, and now PennDot is trying to figure out how to clean up one big mess along Route 28.
Closed in March of 2011, drivers have spent two and a half years in detour purgatory.
Defined and separated by our three rivers, we are a community dependent on our bridges.
If your pathway to black and gold fandom takes you on Route 65 this weekend, you need to be aware of some lane restrictions.
PennDOT is looking to alternate detours, after the inbound Liberty Tunnel closure created more traffic than officials anticipated.
Pick a compass point and there’s a good chance you’ll see orange on your way to root on the black and gold.
Driving Route 28 these days is not for the steering wheel timid.
Midday on the Liberty Bridge — it was as if everyone got the memo to go another way.
Time is up for many members of our area’s homeless population living in camps on the North Shore.
By next Tuesday homeless camps on the North Shore will be gone. Residents there have been put on notice to clear out.
If you are heading to any of the major events this weekend in our town, it’s probably less than encouraging to learn that PennDOT is closing two tunnels.
“When you’re driving, distractions are everywhere, whether we welcome them or not.”
Many local roads were turned into icy, snowy parking lots Wednesday morning with drivers inching their way to wherever they were going.