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A section of the busway will be closed much of the day for paving, Port Authority announced.
Their machines blast a hot mixture of liquid asphalt and stones into potholes, providing a repair that lasts longer than the cold patching.
Bigger service improvements made possible by increased funding will come later in the year.
The new transportation law will allow PennDOT to do plenty of paving and bridge work starting this year.
Ice Plant Hill Road has been closed since Jan. 15 because of a landslide.
The changes are designed to have service when riders need it and were made possible by the passage of a state transportation funding bill.
Pennsylvania saw one of the biggest drops in pedestrian deaths, nearly 36 percent, compared to the same six-month period of 2012.
A long-delayed Mon River lock and dam project would get a boost under President Barack Obama's budget proposal.
PennDOT had planned on keeping the lanes closed this morning but there wasn't as much snow as expected.
Wabtec's roots date to Westinghouse Air Brake Co. in 1869 and founder George Westinghouse's own experience in a train collision.
PennDOT crews will be working to remove ice from the tunnel.
No serious injuries were reported in the crashes, which occurred in snowy conditions around 9:15 a.m. south of the McKean exit (Exit 174).
The president extolled the benefits of federal spending on light rail, roads and bridges.
Above-average snowfalls this winter and slowed deliveries have caused road salt supplies to dwindle.
Plans include a traffic light, crosswalks and a bus hub with bike station.
A section of the South Busway will be closed between about 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesday for road work, the Port Authority announced.
A crash involving at least one vehicle on Interstate 79 in Butler County closed the highway near Zelienople and Jackson this morning.
The PUC chairman says the agency should work toward modernizing its outdated regulation.
For decades, the city has failed to pave enough miles of streets to keep them in good repair.
The average retail gas prices have risen 5.5 cents per gallon in the past week, according to GasBuddy's survey of 731 gas outlets.
With the city’s road crews working long hours this weekend, the job of filling Pittsburgh’s potholes was showing results.
Lane closures are possible on northbound Route 51 in Whitehall and Overbrook, starting today, PennDOT announced.
Inspection of the Liberty Bridge and ramps to the Boulevard of the Allies and McArdle Roadway begin today, closing the right lane
The river did not rise enough to flood the Mon Wharf.
Authorities said the injuries were minor.
Port Authority has reopened the Mount Washington Transit Tunnel after repairs to an electric line were completed earlier than expected.
Temperature swings have wreaked havoc on roads, prompting Mr. Peduto to call it one of the worst years for potholes he has ever seen.
An estimated 50 to 100 vehicles, including several tractor-trailers, were involved in crashes that occurred in Bucks County Feb. 14.
The federal-railway agreement limits speeds to 40 mph in high-threat urban areas for trains with 20 or more crude oil tanks.
RoadMixer essentially is a small asphalt plant mounted on a truck, but will it catch on?
West Carson Street will be closed today from Stanhope Street in Esplen to the West End Circle during paving of damaged sections of the road.
Traffic on Route 51 will be stopped in both directions for about 15 minutes around 9 a.m. today.
As ride share companies do battle with taxi companies, entrepreneur Joshua Freedman has quietly launched a third option: CabbyGo.
The Health Department said someone who developed measles was on a 64 bus in Shadyside heading for Lawrenceville about 9 a.m. that day.
The highway was closed for several hours while officials looked for the bicyclist, who was thought to have been hit by a red truck.
The pothole-ravaged area of West Carson from Stanhope Street to the West End Circle has been the only lane open during reconstruction.
Thomas Oshanick, 47, of Greenfield died as a result of the two-vehicle wreck at East Carson and Hot Metal streets.
The blitz, which will put 30 crews out at various times of the day and night, began at 10 p.m. Tuesday, the mayor said Wednesday.
An early morning collision of about 50 vehicles on I-80 will keep 10 westbound miles of the interstate closed until about 10 tonight.
Amid the debate about ride sharing in Pittsburgh, Post-Gazette staff writer Kim Lyons hosted a chat to discuss the issue.
Single-lane traffic restrictions are possible on Route 65 at the Jacks Run Bridge, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced.
Lyft and Uber are two ride-sharing companies that have moved into Pittsburgh but have been opposed by taxi companies in the area.
Mayor Bill Peduto and Councilman Daniel Gilman will hold a 2 p.m. press conference at the City-County Building.
The detour is to continue south on West Carson to right turns on Steuben Street and Chartiers Avenue to reach Corliss Street.
Gas prices yesterday hit an average of $3.56 a gallon, according to a survey of 731 local gasoline outlets conducted by GasBuddy.com.
State police said Jared Schillinger, 29, was drunk when his vehicle struck a car driven by Rikki Fleming, 18, of Etna.
Bull Creek Bridge No. 6 in Fawn will close for a replacement project today.
The agency said in a statement: “Safety is our first priority and we have dispatched an investigator to the derailment scene."
The Pennsylvania Turnpike has reopened west of Philadelphia after a chain reaction pileup of about 50 to 100 vehicles this morning.
The 71D Hamilton had no passengers when it hit a building in the BNY Mellon complex at Sixth and Fifth avenues about 11:30 a.m.