The federal TSA tried to offer travelers some relief after weeks of slow-moving lines blamed on a shortage of TSA security officers.
Residents from Garfield and Penn Hills thanked the staff for recommending weekend and some evening service in those areas.
The work will take place from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. PennDOT says all ramps will remain open. SAI Consulting Engineers will conduct the work.
More than 34 million will drive more than 50 miles this weekend, when weather will be very warm and humid with a chance of rain each day.
A hazmat crew is on scene assisting in the cleanup, although it’s unclear what the truck was hauling.
The Route 60 project includes milling and paving, drainage improvements, base repairs, guide rail updates and line painting.
Under the bill, some first-time offenders will need to use the device for at least one year.
Move allows airline to use automated baggage system underused since US Airways eliminated its Pittsburgh hub in 2004.
The Port Authority discovered malware on its internal computer system March 31 and began remediation within two hours.
Also, on the Ohio River Boulevard (Route 65), long-term lane restrictions will begin today and remain in place through early August.
Peter V. Neffenger, the TSA administrator, announced a series of changes that included the removal of Kelly Hoggan.
A bill on its way to Gov. Tom Wolf would require children to ride in rear-facing car seats until age 2.
The tunnel will close at 9 tonight for painting and tile cleaning and reopen around 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Prices at the pump are expected to continue to rise, but crude oil prices will be the wild card in whether prices will rise sharply.
A new bridge in East Pittsburgh was set to be placed over Bessemer Avenue in fewer than three days, thanks to a prefabrication method.
The $25.3 million project will limit inbound traffic between the McKees Rocks and Fort Duquesne bridges this year, outbound next year.
Interactive map encourages cross-state road trips but Pittsburgh riders would like more details on local routes.
PennDOT will allow two outbound lanes on the Liberty Bridge due to the Pittsburgh Penguins playoff game at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Port Authority turned down many requests for additional service because it doesn’t have more buses to put on the road during peak hours.
Legislation slowly winding its way through Congress would fund long-awaited improvements to the nation’s aging waterways infrastructure.
Crews wanted to pave outbound between the Greentree/Crafton exit and Interstate 79, but heavy rain is forecast overnight.
Port Authority says it is keeping up with normal maintenance but a lack of money for major projects is holding back expansion.
South Fayette and Bridgeville are part of a task force to ease congestion at the Route 50/Washington Pike interchange.
The Buses for Perry Highway Campaign will meet to decide its next steps in efforts to get bus service north of West View on Route 19.
EgyptAir Flight 804 veered wildly in flight and crashed in the Mediterranean Sea early Thursday, authorities said.
Single-lane restrictions will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg visited the Energy Innovation Center in Hill District between stops in round-the-world journey.
PennDOT will begin improvement project for Ohio River Boulevard on Monday morning.
Customers between South 17th Street and South 18th Street will be without water service between 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Shortly after midnight, officers were allowing motorists to make a U-turn to find alternate routes to their destinations.
Crews will replace the Route 30 bridge over Bessemer Avenue in East Pittsburgh in one weekend using precast and prefabricated pieces.
A test program will be conducted at New York’s John F. Kennedy airport to evaluate ways to spot ”rogue” drones.
Radio transmissions about a commuter train being hit by a rock distracted the driver in last year’s fatal train derailment in Philadelphia.
The NTSB will meet today in Washington to vote on the probable cause of the May 12, 2015, crash that killed eight people.
About 450 American Airlines customers at O’Hare International Airport missed flights Sunday due to lines of more than two hours.
The revelation came a day before a meeting to detail the probable cause of last year’s derailment in Philadelphia that killed eight people.
The House passed a bill requiring the use of ignition locks by first-time offenders whose blood-alcohol concentration is 0.10 percent.
The state money is available to fund transportation improvements regardless of whether the city wins the $40 million federal grant.
Pittsburgh’s Smart City Challenge grant proposal includes economic revitalization, reducing sewer overflows and improving electricity.
The map, released in conjunction with Bike to Work Week, will assist bicyclists in navigating the state’s many trails and parks.
Authorities say a towboat moving 15 uninspected, coal-laden barges caused more than $2million in damages to an Ohio River lock in May 2013.
Work in the eastbound direction won’t start until one hour after the end of tonight’s Penguins game.
Despite a slower increase in prices, analysts cautioned that summer demand should boost pump prices in coming weeks.
Crews began pouring footings last week for bridge piers to support the new Greenfield Bridge that connects Greenfield and Schenley Park.
Air travelers could face delays while refurbished people mover train cars are tested before being returned to service.
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership will make its pitch Tuesday to Gov. Tom Wolf for more than one train daily to Harrisburg.
The repaving work on the outbound parkway and tunnel will be rescheduled at a later date, according to PennDOT.
Port Authority resumed normal rail service this afternoon after emergency track repairs were finished in the Mt. Washington Transit Tunnel.
County Controller Chelsa Wagner wants to use the fund for transit improvements but the county says it’s a hedge against increases.
The projects in this region are part of $36 million approved by the State Transportation Commission across the state.