PennDOT's Workers' Memorial A Stark Reminder Of Road Hazards In Construction ZonesPennDOT's traveling workers' memorial visited the Pittsburgh region Tuesday, honoring the 80 local workers who've been killed on the job since 1970.
Officials Hope To Re-Open Route 30 In Coming DaysA portion of Route 30 that was destroyed by a landslide earlier this year could re-open by the end of the week.
New Long-Term Lane Restriction Begins On Parkway NorthA major reconstruction project on the Parkway North moved into its latest phase late Monday night.
Gov. Wolf Launches Attack On Potholes With $181 Million BudgetGovernor Tom Wolf came to Pittsburgh on Friday to start an attack on potholes as part of his pledge to smooth out streets and provide a remedy for road repairs.
Inclement Weather Delaying Spring, Summer Road Construction ProjectsThe lingering wet weather is having a big impact on the local road construction season.
Officials: Former PennDOT Executive Accepted Bribes From ContractorAttorney General Josh Shapiro says a former PennDOT executive is facing felony charges for accepting bribes.
Gov. Wolf Allocating $180M To Fill Potholes, Fix Other Winter EffectsPennsylvania drivers will be getting some relief from pockmarked roadways in the form of $180 million to fill in potholes and perform other work after the ravages of a tough winter.
Crews Making Progress On Route 30 Reconstruction ProjectThere are signs of progress as crews work to rebuild Route 30 after a devastating landslide destroyed part of the road in East Pittsburgh.
PennDOT Doing Statewide Inventory After Safety Of Controversial Guardrail Called Into QuestionThere are growing concerns about the safety of a new type of guardrail end cap called the X-Lite.
PennDOT Updates Route 30 Work, 279 North DetourPennDOT is meeting with contractors about the repair work on Route 30, but some are concerned about the aggressive timeline.
Traffic Slow-Going As Parkway North Drivers Learn To Navigate SwitchoverThe long-awaited switchover of traffic on the Parkway North is now in place and drivers are feeling some growing pains.
Traffic Deaths In Pennsylvania At Record LowsPennsylvania traffic deaths are at their lowest number since such records began to be kept in 1928.