At least one person was injured in a crash that shutdown the Parkway West outbound for several hours this morning.
The Southwestern Planning Commission will have hearings over the next month in 10 counties on the four-year transportation plan.
Business owners, Northland Public Library and Community College of Allegheny County are among those pushing to have bus service restored.
The Sto-Rox Youth Partnership and Pittsburghers for Public Transit are working together to reroute buses to areas of Stowe and McKees Rocks.
More than 130 passengers and six crew members were on Flight 7001 from Punta Cana International Airport in the Dominican Republic.
The tunnel will be closed around the clock through until 6 a.m. Monday morning. Detours will be posted.
The recall of inflators that can explode with too much force and hurt people was already the largest in U.S. history at 28.8 million.
The tunnel will be closed around the clock through until 6 a.m. Monday morning.
Alcosan cleared rocks and bricks from an overflow gate near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center that caused water to shoot in the air.
Gov. Tom Wolf joined Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald in criticizing a $11.3 million fine issued last month.
State officials said the increase takes effect starting today along some state roads and 453 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
The prospect of drillers cutting back supply has boosting crude oil prices by 70 percent since January.
Also, the Route 28 southbound off-ramp to East Ohio Street is closed as crews conduct ramp reconstruction work. Detours are posted.
Pittsburgh Public Works is developing a plan for bike and pedestrian access only to the Three Rivers Heritage Trail at South Ninth Street.
A news release from Armstrong County Coroner Brian Myers identified the victim as Brady Lee Graff, 23, of Plumcreek.
Changing the fare will mean a lower cost for about 26 percent of riders and cost the authority $4.4 million in revenue the first year.
Also, this Sunday’s Pittsburgh Marathon will mean plenty of road closures for those traveling in and out and around Pittsburgh.
The two center lanes outbound/westbound bridge will close to traffic as crews repair a crash barrier.
The workers say they are forced to move equipment to and from work sites before and after their shifts without being paid.
Full service resumed just before 1:30 this afternoon but the Port Authority said it will take time for cars to resume the normal schedules.
The work near Reedsdale Street and Allegheny Avenue has left one lane of traffic open.
The incident occurred southbound on the interstate near Mt. Nebo Road in Ohio Township about 5:45 p.m. I-79 southbound remains closed.
Traffic on turnpike has backed up since 11:06, with one lane to reopen after noon
The Wilmerding-based rail products manufacturer, coming off 19 percent growth in 2015, experienced a 2 percent first-quarter decline.
Because of the size of the affected building, the incident grew to five alarms and temporarily closed Fort Duquesne Boulevard.
A depressed global oil market continues to soften the blow of the traditional springtime rise in Pittsburgh’s gasoline prices.
The $12.74 million project will close the ramp from Route 28 and limit traffic to one lane each way between Nash and Chestnut streets.
PennDOT’s $80 million upgrade to the Liberty Bridge will cause traffic patterns on the bridge to change three times a day on weekdays.
Several agencies are working with Pittsburgh planners to merge several projects into one master concept for improving traffic flow.
The first phase begins with the far right inbound (northbound) lane closed.
Council allocated $644,876 from the Department of Housing and Urban Development this year for projects in low- to moderate-income areas.
Money to cover the upgrades will come from the newly dedicated road improvement fund, established after voting for a millage rate increase.
One focus of the renovations to the township building will be to improve security in the lobby and council chambers.
Two years of work on the Liberty Bridge begins with a complete inbound closure this weekend to prepare for deck work that starts Monday.
Cash customers would pay $2.75 under the new system, which is scheduled for a vote by the full board next Friday.
Judge Jeffrey Manning fined former Port Authority drivers Juliann Maier and Thomas Frauens for actions before a crash on Interstate 279.
Utility regulators issued an unprecedented penalty against the ride-sharing company, but two members disagreed with the amount.
Perry Highway is closed in both directions from Ingomar Road to Pine Creek Road. It’s unclear when repairs will be completed on the main.
Crews in Shaler responded to the blaze shortly after 3:30 p.m.
Single-lane alternating traffic will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday, and possibly during weekends.
The two sides present their closing arguments in the case that alleges Port Authority bus drivers were racing on Interstate 279.
Single-lane alternating traffic will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday.
It remained unclear whether the track in Chester was closed to trains at the time of the crash.
Closing arguments are scheduled this morning in the trial of two former Port Authority bus drivers accused of racing and causing a crash.
A collision between a British Airways passenger jet and a drone over London causes safety concerns.
Gasoline ticked up in the last week, but a decision to not halt global oversupply should continue to weigh down prices.
All outbound (westbound) lanes of the Fort Pitt Tunnel will be closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. through Friday morning.
Former Port Authority bus drivers Juliann Maier and Thomas Frauens are on trial on charges they were racing before Ms. Maier’s bus crashed.
Future architect’s visionary subway network a tantalizing idea for a well-connected Pittsburgh metro area.
Carnegie Mellon University’s Spring Carnival, which opens today, will prompt the closure of several roads in Oakland through the weekend.