Allegheny County Public Works Receiving 400 Tons Of Salt Every Day As Winter Weather ContinuesThe Allegheny County Department of Public Works is preparing for another round of winter weather.
From Snow To Ice: Changing Weather Conditions Have Public Works Crews On High AlertFrom snow to fluctuating temperatures to an expected changeover to freezing rain, it’s these rapidly changing weather conditions that have forecasters and road crews so concerned.
'Slow Down': Road Crews Preparing For Pittsburgh's First Snow Of The SeasonWith the first snow of the season headed into the Pittsburgh area, PennDOT and other road crews across the region are thinking about winter preparedness.
Armstrong Tunnel To Undergo Major Facelift Starting In 2020An architectural masterpiece when it opened in 1927, the twin bores of the Armstrong Tunnel have stood up to almost a century of wear, but now it will be undergoing a facelift.
Plow Drivers Escort Ailing Toddler To Hospital During SnowstormThe conditions were the stuff of plow drivers nightmares.
Region Could Benefit If Congress Approves Trump Infrastructure ProgramAddressing Congress, President Trump repeated a frequent campaign theme - infrastructure.
Lengthy Rehab Project On Pittsburgh’s Sister Bridges Is About To BeginA total rehabilitation of Pittsburgh’s iconic bridges spanning from Downtown to the North Shore is about to begin.
PennDOT Crews Prepare For A Snowy TuesdayRoad crews in the Pittsburgh are ready for snow overnight and into Tuesday.
Mine Subsidence Opens Sinkhole In Penn Hills, Shuts Down RoadA sinkhole has prompted Allegheny County Public Works crews to shut down a road in Penn Hills.
Mild Winter Means More Money For PotholesThe warmer weather means potentially more money to fix potholes. The people who live on Taft Avenue and Estella Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Beltzhoover neighborhood would welcome it.
Rain Refills North Park LakeThe dredging project at North Park Lake is facing a challenge.