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Power problems have delayed the opening of the high-occupancy vehicle lanes for outbound traffic this afternoon.
Uber joins Lyft as ride-sharing firms operating with permission to operate on an experimental basis for 60 days.
The closures will run from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. each day beginning today.
The city announced that it has changed its plan for installation of bike-only lanes on Penn Avenue because of planned utility work.
As in previous closures, PennDOT is warning of significant delays on the outbound parkway, with traffic forming a single lane and exiting.
Defendants in the Pennsylvania Turnpike corruption case say the state can’t prove a direct relationships between contracts and donations.
Prosecutors tell a judge they have to prove a pattern of conduct, not a direct awarding of contracts for contributions to support charges.
Single-lane traffic is possible in both directions from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays through next Tuesday.
Any progress in Pittsburgh will hinge on the PUC, which held the second day of a hearing Tuesday at the PUC’s Pittsburgh office.
So far, earnest responses have outnumbered the flippant ones, but entries are still welcome at paac.mindmixer.com through Aug. 31.
The company’s attorney instructed a witness not to answer questions about the number of rides provided while under a cease-and-desist order.
America’s transportation infrastructure has fallen into such disrepair that it’s become an economic albatross.
All lanes are open, but many drivers left their vehicles while waiting for the accident to be cleared causing a "gigantic backlog."
The overhead ramp has been closed since it was hit by a truck on July 11.
Work will occur from 7 p.m. today and conclude by 6 a.m. Monday.
A lane of inbound Route 28 will close for much of the day on Saturday for paving
Airport officials say the state funds will help them begin remediation work on a brownfield site adjacent to the airport complex.
The ride-sharing company has met the terms of an emergency temporary authority to operate for 60 days.
The Mount Washington Transit Tunnel will be closed at times over the weekend for maintenance, causing changes for rail and bus service.
Geotechnical drilling will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lane closures are possible from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily through Aug. 30.
A new traffic pattern will be established on Butler Street near the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium starting Friday
Hearing for the ride share company’s permanent application to begin service is Monday in the PUC's Downtown Pittsburgh office.
Branthoover Cutoff between Business Rt. 22 and Old William Penn Highway was closed in March.
A PennDOT spokesman said the bridge that crosses Route 51 in Robinson will undergo inspection.
Temporary lane closures are possible daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lyft and Uber still need additional permits from the Allegheny County Airport Authority to be able to pick up passengers at the airport.
The work will occur from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All ramps will remain open.
Lyft says employees of rival Uber have ordered and backed out of more than 5,000 rides nationwide since October.
Money made available by last year’s state transportation bill will allow Port authority to add buses in Oakland, Carrick and other areas.
Port Authority announced to passengers that trips were being delayed by 30 minutes due to a signal malfunction near the Washington Junction
Public-private partnerships around the country have faced financial and transparency issues on projects.
Transportation policy guru Stephen Martinko has been tapped to be the Port of Pittsburgh Commission’s new executive director.
he right lane will be closed near the Route 910 interchange from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily through Friday.
A few intersections stand out —18th Street and Carson Street on the South Side, as well as Fifth Avenue and Aiken Avenue in Shadyside.
Cars, bars and distractions can be a lethal mix. “You don’t do a damn thing wrong,” one South Sider said -- you’re just crossing the street.
The route popular for commuters and crucial for first responders is open again after a two-and-a-half year closure.
Permit parking is an increasingly popular way for the city to balance the need for parking between residents and nonresidents.
Contractors for PennDOT will be inspecting the Fort Pitt Bridge today
The Transportation Security Administration’s 9/11 security service fee took effect July 21.
The posted detour takes traffic to the already congested Parkway West.
The Pittsburgh Planning Commission granted a permit-parking district to residents near the popular shopping and dining area.
Work also will occur on Interstate 79 in Marshall and Penn Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh mayor takes a spin in a Lyft, and urges the state PUC to grant ride-sharing services the same conditions as taxis.
The busway will be closed between East Liberty Garage and East Liberty Station.
Track repairs in Beechview will cause detours in both directions on the Red Line on Saturday and Sunday, the Port Authority announced.
The restriction will be in place from 9 tonight until 5 p.m. Saturday between Kentzel Road and Patrick Place.
The work will occur near the McKnight Road intersection from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. today through Tuesday.
PennDOT announced the one-month closure about 30 minutes before it was scheduled to take effect on Thursday.
Painting will close the tunnel from 8 p.m. Tuesday until 6 a.m. Aug. 22.