The driver of an SUV is being treated for injuries after his vehicle collided with a trolley Saturday afternoon in the South Hills.
The Pittsburgh Marathon is just days away and as crews make last-minute preparations, organizers have released the list of road closures for the day of the race.
Could the Port Authority of Allegheny County’s “T” system be expanded into the North Hills? Or maybe out to the airport?
The Port Authority says a smoking fan is causing some issues with bus and “T” service this afternoon in the Mount Washington transit tunnel.
Three people were hurt and the Wood Street Station had to be shut down Friday night when a Port Authority light rail car derailed in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Some riders on the North Shore Connector wound up making an unplanned walk through the tunnel Thursday morning. And while they were walking, other riders were waiting on T platforms wondering what was going on.
A barge crash halted evening commuters Friday.
Sunday’s Steelers game and the Pitt game on Saturday will be two big tests for the North Shore Connector.
If you’re using the trolley or buses this weekend, be ready for some delays.
It was a frustrating commute this morning for people who use the Port Authority’s trolley service. Officials with the Port Authority say a ventilation system problem brought light rail service to a grinding halt. It stranded many people on their way to work.
The Kenny Chesney-Tim McGraw concert at Heinz Field on Saturday proved to be a test for the Port Authority’s North Shore Connector. “It was larger than a sellout Pirates game type of event, so we were a little bit cautious going in,” Port Authority spokesman Jim Ritchie said.
The Monday morning commute for some people became a little faster as 11 T stops were officially closed.
With all the new riders the Port Authority is taking a look at different fare systems. One option being considered is the so-called “proof of pay” system, also known as the honor system.
The way you pay to ride the bus, the T or the Incline will soon be changing. The Port Authority is in its final phase of developing the Connect Card electronic fare system.
Some big changes are coming to the Port Authority’s light rail system as more than a dozen stops will soon be eliminated.