The road is closed to thru-traffic near the Center Avenue intersection, and north- and south-bound detours are posted.
Republicans and Democrats in the Pennsylvania Senate appear to have reached a compromise on appointing members of the Port Authority board.
State legislators express surprise that PennDOT did not make website available to the public.
Pennsylvania Turnpike costs will continue to rise unless legislators act, warns state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.
The 10th Street Bridge connecting Downtown and the South Side will be restricted to one lane in both directions starting Wednesday.
Construction that is causing weekday lane restrictions on northbound Route 8 in Shaler will continue through July 2, PennDOT announced.
Lane closures scheduled today on Elizabeth Bridge
The closure from Mansfield Boulevard to Noblestown Road will continue through July 3 to allow concrete patching.
Weight restrictions could keep heavier vehicles, including tractor-trailers, fire trucks and buses, off several bridges.
The county will both issue new bonds and refinance old ones, hoping to say $10 million over 10 years.
State House transportation chairman Dick Hess says he wants to get action done by the end of July.
State Sen. Matt Smith said the need for clarification arose from confusion between pedal-assist electric bicycles and motor scooters.
CMU researchers determined that their tweaks to the system saved the township some $2 million in direct and indirect costs.
A $6.3 million construction project expands to Avalon and Bellevue, weather permitting.
Bicyclists can use 30 free parking spaces or 24 premium spaces -- with lockers -- for $100 a year at the Third Avenue garage, Downtown.
The bridge, which carries Seventh Street across the Allegheny River, will undergo a series of daytime closures for the inspection.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald would go from appointing all nine Port Authority Board members to appointing one.
The road will be closed in both directions from the Route 910 intersection south to Brown Road beginning Wednesday
Most prices are fair at Pittsburgh International Airport -- but watch out for the bacon cheeseburger.
Lane closures are planned for Monday on the Route 30 Westinghouse Bridge in East Pittsburgh.
A PennDOT spokesman said the work, being postponed by inclement weather, will be rescheduled at a later date.
The Liberty Bridge is the biggest of 49 spans in Allegheny County that are not funded for rehabilitation or replacement.
Pavement work will cause detours.
The ramp will close at 8 p.m. Friday and reopen by 5 p.m. Sunday. Crews will seal pavement cracks.
Thousands of low-income workers may be cut off from their jobs if shuttle service ends June 30.
If there is a Penguins home game on Sunday, the tunnel will reopen for about two hours at the end of the game.
The proposal that cleared the Senate would generate approximately $2.5 billion in new annual revenue by the fifth year.
The highway was closed at Exit 48, Route 151, south of Aliquippa.
Work beneath the ramp connecting the bridge to the Parkway North will continue through June 17.
The event will travel through several Pittsburgh neighborhoods before heading east toward Penn State University.
An SUV and a dump truck crashed this morning about 7 a.m., forcing authorities to close the bridge. The injured included a 5-year-old.
The group will deliver pro-transit information to every member of the Legislature.
More bridges will be off-limits to trucks, buses and emergency vehicles if funding isn't provided, the PennDOT chief says.
The inbound Squirrel Hill Tunnel is closed until 5 a.m. Monday.
Riders have been asking Port Authority for real-time bus and train arrival information for years. They're finally going to get it.
Construction on the road would have limited weekend traffic to one lane in each direction starting at 6 p.m.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a 14-page preliminary policy statement on automated vehicles.
Penguins, Pirates, Paisley and PennDOT could produce parkway pandemonium on Saturday.
Pipe inspection will close the northbound lane between Becks Run and Mifflin roads in Baldwin Borough from noon to 3 p.m. today.
Drivers will pay the price if the Legislature fails to come up with money to improve the state's transportation network, advocates said.
The transit agency says the stops were used by only one or two riders per day.
The report, by TRIP, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit research group, urged the Pennsylvania Legislature to act.
PennDOT crews will be installing pavement reflectors overnight throughout the region over the next several days.
Stanley Jurgaitis will be remembered with a dedication of the bridge that carries State Road 2023 over Pigeon Creek in Carroll.
The incident brings new attention to the limits of the nation's infrastructure.
Declining ridership and rising costs may sink the last cable-driven ferry in Pennsylvania.
The Route 28 end of the bridge will remain closed as construction of a new interchange continues.
Pittsburgh police have issued no citations for violation of a new law requiring motorists to give bicycles a four-foot buffer when passing.
More than 30 million people will be on the road for the holiday weekend, the unofficial start of summer.
The state Department of Transportation has announced plans for $45 million worth of road improvement projects for the county this summer.
With a final permit in hand, the project will begin five years of construction this summer.
A check of drivers on the South Side marked the kickoff of another round of the "click it or ticket" campaign to push seat belt use.
Five miles of the highway will be resurfaced in Emsworth, Ben Avon, Avalon and Bellevue.
Continuing inspection of the bridge may cause lane closures and traffic shifts from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on weekdays through June 14.
If history is the judge, it will be quite a while, if ever, before the standard for drunk driving drops from .08 to .05 in blood alcohol.
Across the state and in the region, a bad bridge situation has gotten better in recent years.
The Greater Pittsburgh Motorcycle Safety Council held a safety awareness event Sunday outside of PNC Park.
The plan for a new trail will incorporate both bicycle trails and roads with specially designated lanes.
A traffic pattern change has turned Route 28 into a corridor of misery for morning commuters.
At least for now, transit riders can breathe easy -- next year's budget calls for holding the line on fares.
Freeport Road in East Deer and Tarentum will be closed in both directions from 10 p.m. tonight through 7 a.m. Thursday.
The closure will allow crews to patch a pipe trench across the road, PennDOT announced.
State police have reopened inbound Route 28 near the Natrona Heights-Brackenridge exit after two crashes this morning.
Clairton, West Elizabeth and Jefferson Hills will see detours at the Route 51 interchange at the Elizabeth Bridge, according to PennDOT.
Work gets underway on a two-year $6.3 million construction project from Emsworth to the McKees Rocks Bridge.
The final phase of realignment of Brownsville Road at Curry Hollow Road was scheduled to begin this morning.
The outage was a result of a traffic accident over the weekend.
Lane closures are possible starting today on Greentree Road as Pennsylvania American Water installs new pipe.
A tractor-trailer hit David William Nye, 46, of New Brighton near the Pulaski/Route 208 exit on I-376 eastbound.
Pending Senate legislation would drive up a whole host of motorist fees, including those for novelty plates.
Construction will cause restrictions starting today and continuing through May 30, PennDOT announced this morning.
Inspection of the 40th Street Bridge will cause right-lane closures in both directions, but not simultaneously, starting today.
Closures of the Squirrel Hill Tunnel will occur on four of the next five weekends, according to PennDOT's schedule.
The outbound Squirrel Hill Tunnel will be closed for the next two weekends, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced.
The closure, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., will allow a contractor to remove soil from the site of a diesel fuel spill last week.
A Senate panel has approved a spending plan for roads, bridges, transit and other transportation modes.
The main entrance to the short-term parking garage at Pittsburgh International Airport has closed as garage rehabilitation continues.
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission is accepting comments about what should be in the region's updated long-range transportation plan.
The left lane and shoulder on southbound Interstate 79 at the bridge over Millers Run Road-Route 50 in South Fayette will be closed today.
The city is hoping that green paint will make bike lanes more visible to motorists and safer for bicyclists.
Traffic on Washington Road-Route 19 in Mt. will be restricted this weekend as a reconstruction project continues.
The eastbound off-ramp from Route 30 to Electric Avenue in North Braddock will close at 7 a.m. today and remain closed until 7 p.m. May 15.
Lane closures are possible on South Braddock Avenue under the Parkway East bridge starting today.
Giant earth-moving equipment has been clawing away at tons of rock and soil from a hillside to move and improve the two-lane road.
Pittsburgh is a national leader in busway development; it hopes to make the system bigger and better.
PennDOT says inbond traffic on Route 28 will be restricted at nights to one lane this week; both inbound lanes will be closed Tuesday night.
The ramp to inbound Parkway East from South Braddock Avenue will be closed nightly this week through Saturday, according to PennDOT.
Work will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and on Saturdays on the three parkways, Interstate 79 and Route 28.
The ramp connecting the Liberty Bridge to northbound Interstate 579-Crosstown Boulevard will be closed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.
The cab company is celebrating its 100th anniversary with several innovations, including a recorded message for passengers from the mayor.
The turnaround from Chateau Street to Beaver Avenue near the Route 65 Marshall Avenue interchange is closed for construction work.
A day after the Senate's unanimous approval, the House Friday voted 361-41 to provide more flexibility over where to make sequester cuts.
The work would have detoured inbound Red Line T service all day Saturday and Sunday.
Mark Compton, who took over shortly before public corruption charges were announced in March, says a widespread review is underway.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike will be closed in both directions between New Castle and Cranberry (Exit 28) from late Saturday to Sunday.
Several weekend detours are planned on the Red Line of the Port Authority's Light Rail Transit system to allow track repairs in Beechview.
Two people were sent to UPMC Mercy with minor injuries after the crash shortly after 8:45 a.m.
The inbound upper deck center lanes of the Fort Pitt Bridge will be closed at 10 p.m.; outbound lower deck center lanes at 2 a.m.
The White House signals it might consider legislation that would give the administration more flexibility over FAA cuts.
Southbound traffic on Freeport Road in Harmar will be restricted to one lane from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today, PennDOT announced.