Pittsburgh’s Snow Plow Tracker Activated For Winter StormPeople in Pittsburgh who wanted to use the city's online Snow Plow Tracker may have noticed that the website was down for part of the night.
How You Can Report A Pothole To PennDOT, Or City Of PittsburghIf there's a pothole near you that needs to be fixed, there are several ways you can report it.
Pittsburgh Public Works Preparing For All Possibilities With Incoming Winter StormWith a winter storm bearing down on Pittsburgh, some people are dancing in the streets while others call it a ho-hum storm.
City Snow Plow Tracker Down For Improvements As Winter Storm LoomsIt does not appear Pittsburgh’s online snow plow tracker will be up and running for this weekend’s looming winter storm.
Mayor Peduto Defends City’s Response To Icy Road ConditionsPeople around Pittsburgh have been complaining about icy roads for days, and now the mayor is defending the city’s response.
'Ice Is The Worst Possible Situation': Road Crews Prepping Ahead Of Arrival Of Wintry MixPennDOT had its salt brine trucks spraying down the roads, forming a white glaze on the surface, ahead of a wintry mix that could cause problems during the morning commute.
Road Crews Preparing For First Tricky Commute Of The SeasonThe Tuesday morning commute could be a challenging one thanks to rain, snow and cold temperatures.
City Crews Preparing For Arrival Of Tropical Storm Gordon RemnantsThe remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon could bring heavy rains to western Pennsylvania this weekend, but crews are already taking steps to get ready.
Ongoing Algae Issue Making An Eyesore Out Of North Side's Lake ElizabethWith the city skyline in the distance and the amazing array of trees surrounding it, Lake Elizabeth in West Park should be a postcard waiting to happen, but right now, it's anything but.
Snowy Winter Proves Costly For Road Crews' BudgetsIt's been a snowy winter in western Pennsylvania, and for the people in charge of keeping the roads clear, a costly one.
Sources: Public Works Employees' Suspension Part Of Larger CrackdownFive Pittsburgh Public Works employees are back on the job after a five-day suspension for allegedly faking illnesses to get out of filling potholes.
Public Works Employees Suspended For Refusing To Fill PotholesFive employees of Pittsburgh’s Department of Public Works are off the job because they reportedly refused to fill potholes.