Officials in Philadelphia are advising residents of a traffic change happening this weekend.
The Philadelphia Water Department announced an ongoing water and sewer main replacement project that will last approximately eight weeks along 22nd Street between South to Bainbridge Streets.
After a harsh winter that featured motorists stranded for hours on highways, the state transportation secretary says officials are looking at ways to get people off roadways like the turnpike when they are shut down.
As we continue to move through winter, budget impacts on agencies like SEPTA are beginning to be felt and so far, it’s in the millions of dollars.
Bristol Road will be closed until Thursday afternoon between Knowles Avenue and 2nd Street Pike.
Plans by Comcast Corporation to build a second massive skyscraper in center city Philadelphia cleared some early hurdles in City Council, even as a church neighboring the site voiced some misgivings.
But members of Philadelphia City Council found no easy answers.
Jonathan Vanderhorst, 45, of Lansdowne, is now behind bars in connection with the January 12th crash on Baltimore Pike that killed 18-year-old Dante DeSimone.
There is no word on when the road will reopen.
In the aftermath of the major pileup on the Pennsylvania Turnpike last Friday, the Turnpike Commission is promising a thorough follow-up investigation to find out what it could have done to prevent the accidents.
“It’s like a skin graft: it becomes an integral part of the road,” says Marilyn Grabowski of Atlantic Infrared, in Pt. Pleasant Beach.
The snow is melting, but that’s only exposing more gaping potholes throughout the region.
SEPTA announced that beginning Thursday, February 20, Richmond Street will close between Lehigh Avenue and Cambria Street as part of PennDOT’s I-95 reconstruction project.
A new online service in the Philadelphia area allows customers to place grocery orders at Whole Foods supermarkets and receive their items in about an hour.
Potholes. They’re everywhere. And road crews are working overtime to fill them.