Tuesday’s KDKA Afternoon News covered a variety of hot topics, including what’s going on with the Pa. Department of Environmental Protection and the recent congressional hearing on the Legionnaire’s outbreak at the Pittsburgh VA.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike tolls are going up again today.
Whether by car, train or plane, Superstorm Sandy is affecting transportation all across the country, including here in Pittsburgh.
Honor those in the Transportation, Building and Construction industries on June 19th at the TB&C Awards Luncheon and help babies too!
Should fixing Pennsylvania’s roads and bridges be Congress’ number one priority?
Less than 24 hours after his second budget address, Gov. Tom Corbett was defending his plan to cut the state subsidy to the University of Pittsburgh by 30 percent.
It is one of the most recognizable automobiles ever produced. It was the symbol of a generation back in the 60′s. Cramming as many college kids into one was national sport but that was then […]
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks to Bob Latham of the Associated Pennsylvania Constructors about the state of Pennsylvania’s rural roads and bridges.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A new report focusing on Pennsylvania’s roads, bridges and traffic conditions was released Tuesday morning. The “Future Mobility in Pennsylvania” report is painting a dark picture of what is yet to come. […]
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership is warning of dire results if the state legislature doesn’t find a way to fund mass transit in the next few months. Three years ago, Gov. Ed Rendell stood at the […]
Pittsburgh’s Monongahela Incline is back on track after being out of commission for a week.
The noise from idling buses along Sweetbriar Street prompted Mount Washington resident George Janusz to park his car so the buses couldn’t turn around.
Governor Ed Rendell is calling a special session of state government to address the huge deficit in transportation funding. Larry and John talk to State Representative Joe Markosek to discuss what will happen today when […]