Pittsburgh mayor expected to learn more Monday about Uber’s voluntary suspension of its self-driving vehicles, a spokesman said.
A gallon of regular cost $2.51 as of Sunday, down slightly from last month and bucking the trend of rising prices this time of year.
Flooding from a water main break on Friday morning closed Second Avenue all weekend.
Lindy Paving Inc. will repave Interstate 79 between Zelienople and Cranberry, limiting traffic to one lane in each direction until October.
The section will be closed in both directions on Sunday from 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m.
“Federal guidelines prohibit the use of such signals at toll plazas,” the commission said.
Construction projects, road closures throughout the Pittsburgh region.
On a scale of 0-9, the state has given the Idlewood Avenue Bridge, which was closed this month because of safety concerns, a 0.
Intermittent lane restrictions will take place on westbound I-376 between Business Loop 376 and Toll Road 576 weeknights.
The Turnpike Commission has put a halt to all engineering-design work on the 14-mile project in Allegheny County.
Drivers are less likely to brake for African-American pedestrians trying to cross the street, a phenomenon known as “walking while black.”
Intelligence shows that the extremists are developing a bomb hidden in portable electronics.
A state Senate bill would establish some of Pennsylvania’s first standards specific to automated vehicles.
Eastbound traffic is being diverted at Mall Plaza Boulevard while PennDOT works to cleanup and inspect the site.
Four people were injured and one person was entrapped, the dispatcher said. The injuries were not thought to be severe.
A survey of Pittsburgh cyclists and pedestrians finds they consider robotic cars safer on the road.
The items temporarily barred from being part of carry-on luggage include laptops, iPads, cameras and some other devices.
The move puts the $1.6 billion project’s future in doubt while leaders try to determine if the money can be used elsewhere.
Jeff Jones, president of the ride-hailing company, is the latest of several high-level executives to leave Uber.
State road projects in Allegheny County this year include 123 miles of paving or resurfacing, plus more than $26 million in tunnel work.
Work to upgrade Interstate 279 will include improving more than 100 bridges, walls, signs and light fixtures over two years.
One of two lines that runs through here would be cut, as service from D.C. to Chicago would end.
Check out the latest traffic restrictions throughout the city.
The bridge will be closed from 3 p.m. Saturday through 11 a.m. Sunday.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto say other projects may be more important than the highway.
The school board had sought bids, in part to save money, after the district’s contract with First Student ends June 30.
The fare-free South Side Nite Rider will circulate Friday and Saturday nights from a Downtown parking plaza to the East Carson Street area.
Joseph B. Fay Co. will close the Liberty Bridge from 3 p.m. Saturday to 11 a.m. Sunday to make the needed repairs.
Moving against Obama-era environmental rules, Trump is set to announce plans to re-examine regulations on fuel efficiency.
No injuries were report in the crash, which was reported around 7:15 a.m. along West 7th Avenue.
PennDOT has applied for a $200 million federal grant to help improve one of the most congested areas in the U.S. outside of New York.
More than 7,000 flights Tuesday were canceled, including more than 2,800 in the New York City area.
Also, lane restrictions scheduled along Route 65 from Fort Duquesne Bridge to McKees Rocks Bridge.
A single-lane restriction will be in effect weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. as crews conduct the routine inspections.
Average gas pump prices in the Pittsburgh region sit around $2.52 a gallon Monday morning, weighed down by falling oil prices.
Intel said it expected the transaction to purchase Mobileye to close within the next nine months
The 2½-year project will widen an eight-mile stretch of highway from Hampton to Harmar.
A 23-page reports provides a forecast of a future with autonomous vehicles and the technology and planning to allow for it.
Road construction and improvement projects throughout the Greater Pittsburgh area.
The company admitted installing software that activated pollution controls during government tests.
Joe Sullivan, Uber’s chief security officer, said the company was conducting a review of how the technology had been used.
Hoping to boost sales, the Pittsburgh-based power utility will for the first time publicly embrace electric vehicles in the area.
A federal application is expected soon to seek funding for a system of carrying passengers quickly between Oakland and Downtown.
Here are some facts about what the project will feature and how it will benefit the region:
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission meet in Midway with residents in Cecil and North Fayette to discuss construction to begin March 20.
A once-troubled floodgate system in Highland Park passed technical checks Wednesday, capping weeks of work, Pittsburgh officials said.
Port Authority is running shuttle buses between the Mt. Lebanon and Castle Shannon stations on the Red Line after a tree fell at Arlington.
The Regional Transportation Alliance presented its recommendations Wednesday at Nova Place on the North Side.
The survey showed 75 percent of drivers are afraid of a fully self-driving vehicle.
A free shuttle will run from 5 a.m. Saturday until 5 a.m. Sunday, carrying St. Patrick’s Parade Day revelers and workers to the South Side.